Ricoh Exceeds Expectations At Drupa 2012
Office printer specialist Ricoh attracted the attention of many industry specialists at Drupa 2012, with visitor numbers increasing beyond expectations.
Thousands of experts spoke to the company's representatives in order to gain an insight into its hardware and software solutions, as well as how it is attempting to be as green as possible.
Peter Williams, executive vice president, head of production printing business group, Ricoh Europe, said: "We will remember Drupa 2012 as one that truly considered the future of the printing industry."
Mr Williams noted that the event saw more specialists looking at how they can increase their services and value for their clients, while bringing digital and online channels closer together.
All of the waste from the Drupa 2012 was recycled by UPM and Remondis.
The two organisations worked together to store printed and unprinted paper in containers, before transporting it to Remondis' Bailing facility, where it was taken to the UPM Hurth mill to be used in the business' paper production processes.
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