The first international cultural industry expo in Shenzhen: KPG introduces color management technology
Connecticut, USA - Kodak poly optical printing technology showed its color management expertise in cars, electronic games and televisions at the first International Cultural Industry Expo (ICIF) in Shenzhen, China. KPG exhibits echo its theme - "KPG color management technology will bring you a colorful color world."
in November, more than 700 companies including Sony, Panasonic, Cadillac and Saab participated in the exhibition for five consecutive days. Nearly 500000 visitors took this opportunity to learn more about Shenzhen industry, including media, tourism, entertainment, printing, processing and manufacturing, digital television, animation and industrial design
"the printing industry can be regarded as a measure for the cultural and economic development of a region," said Qiu Jianming, sales director of KPG China. "Printing is one of the main rising industries in Shenzhen, and the government has provided great support for the development of this industry. ICIF provides an opportunity to inform the public about the printing industry and KPG's role in the Chinese market."
in recent years, the rapid development of information technology and digitalization has brought great changes to printers in China. As Chinese printers begin to realize the importance of adopting new technologies to provide better quality printing, ICIF is committed to becoming part of the printing industry exhibition
ICIF has a series of exciting exhibits and activities to provide a grand exhibition with cultural background for Chinese settlers. It is jointly organized by Shenzhen media group and Shenzhen media group. ICIF can promote cultural brands to provide a platform for business exchanges. Guangxi Nannan Aluminum Co., Ltd. has successfully developed 8.5-meter super large aluminum alloy integral rings for launch vehicles, and has become an international cultural celebration
Kodak poly optical printing group
Kodak poly optical printing group provides the most extensive digital impact testing machine for today's printing industry, which refers to the application of impact experimental force, tradition and business solutions to samples. The product and service series include CTP version, traditional lithography technology, mostly blank technology, flexographic printing products, digital printing operations, color workflow tools, storage solutions, business solutions and Kodak brand printing film. Headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, the United States, Kodak poly light provides services to customers around the world, and has regional offices in the United States, Europe, Japan, Asia Pacific and Latin America. For other information about Kodak poly light, please click the company website to expand international production capacity cooperation