Continuano le defezioni causate dal Covid-19 dalla prossima edizione di drupa: dopo Bobst, Xerox e Heidelberg, ora è Komori ad annunciare ufficialmente che non parteciperà all’edizione 2021, in programma dal 20 al 30 aprile dell’anno prossimo.
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Notice of cancellation of drupa2021 exhibit
Komori Corporation (Sumida-ku, Tokyo; Representative Director, President and CEO Satoshi Mochida) (“KOMORI”) hereby announce its decision to cancel its participation to the drupa 2021 exhibition postponed until 20th to 30th April 2021, due to remaining concerns over the spread of novel coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19).
The comprehensive decision to suspend the exhibit is made in response to the continued raging of the novel coronavirus infectious disease and its serious impact to the economy of both the developed and emerging countries, taking into consideration the potential risks of second or third surge of the pandemic, and to put highest priority in securing the health and safety of our global customers as well as our employees.
While an extremely unusual circumstance prevents KOMORI from participating in the drupa 2021, our plan is to launch an array of new products and services in the days to come, through open house events and active participations to regional exhibitions. New information will also be released utilizing various media such as corporate websites, information and video distribution service using emails or SNS, online exhibitions and webinars.
The pace of social and industrial structure change have accelerated rapidly in 2020, transforming the operating climate of the printing industry. Aiming to become a company that inspire customer Kando: Beyond expectations, KOMORI always put customers first. We will always listen to our customers, develop and deliver innovate technologies and services that are essential for printing companies worldwide to adapt to such climate changes.
KOMORI put forward its concept of Connected Automation to revolutionize labor productivity of the printing industry. The KP-Connect is the core of an open platform to bring the concept into reality, through connection of various machines including offset and digital printing systems that are equipped with latest automation technologies, also providing new values through its role as an important remote communication tool between customers and KOMORI.
KOMORI is committed to continue providing the best service, products and technical solutions from the customer’s perspective.
We appreciate your continued patronage for our products and services. [/su_expand]