IGAS2003 on a successful way

The 17th show marks the transition from a national event to a truly international show and the visitors and their attendance numbers have been prooving this during the first couple of days in Tokyo. Over 30,000 showed up in the first two days of the event held at Tokyo Big Sight, the international exhibition center. In 10 halls over 300 exhibitors presented their solutions in all areas – prepress, press and postpress.

Many international vendors took the chance to present their products for the first time on Japanese soil. Others, long present at the Toyko Graphic Arts exhibitions, showed their renewed commitment to the Japanese, Asian and Australasian markets, offering solutions specific to these markets. One such company was Krause from Germany which presented their new LSJet J platesetter, specifically designed for the requirements of the the Japanese market.

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