België

FUJIFILM Belgium NV

FUJIFILM Belgium NV produces chemicals for the imaging, graphic and medical industries and is expert in digital print technologies. The company is active in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and has about 240 employees. Its head offices are based in Sint-Niklaas, Belgium. In Zaventem (Belgium), the Advanced Print Technology Centre is based, the European demo and training centre for Fujifilm’s digital print technologies. This site also hosts the Belgium-Luxembourg team for electronic imaging and photo-imaging business.

Zaventem (APTC)

Fujifilm's European Advanced Print Technology Centre focusses on demonstrating the entire Fujifilm portfolio of digital print solutions. Located in Brussels, Belgium, this state-of-the-art centre enables print service providers to learn how they can take advantage of the latest digital print technologies to help them drive their businesses forward and maximise revenues. Many digital print applications will be showcased, from SRA3 format commercial work to wide-format and super-wide format indoor and outdoor print applications, and at the heart of this state-of-the-art array of hardware is XMF, Fujifilm’s unique cross-media workflow.

The centre has been designed with the printer in mind, with a focus on end-to-end solutions and applications. The emphasis will be on the business issues that print service providers face on a daily basis and how Fujifilm’s digital portfolio, along with complementary technologies, can help to address these. 

Contact

Business Field(s): Chemicals for the photographic, graphic arts and medical industries, products and solutions for professional large format inkjet printing
Address: Europark-Noord 21-22, B-9100 Sint Niklaas, Belgium
Website: www.fujifilm.eu/ffbe/
Business Field(s): Photographic Film and Paper, Film Cameras, Digital Cameras, Digital Printers, Minilab Systems for Belgium and Luxembourg
Address: Excelsiorlaan 39, 1930 Zaventem, Belgium
Website: www.fujifilm.be

 

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