Xennia will present the business transformation potential of its digital printing and deposition technology to the industrial manufacturing sector at the InPrint 2014 show in Hannover, Germany, taking place from 8-10 April 2014.
The business benefits from deploying digital printing technology within manufacturing processes are extensive and can revolutionise the competitiveness of companies across a wide range of industries. Xennia Technology has been a major player within this sector for nearly twenty years and is ideally placed to assist companies in transforming their business by embracing this new technology.
Commenting on Xennia’s involvement in the InPrint show, Tim Phillips, Marketing Manager, said, ‘The show will be a genuine inspiration and a great opportunity for any company interested in adding value to their business. Digital manufacturing technology allows new product possibilities, faster response to customer requirements and reduction in cost and cash consumption. Today’s cutting edge technology along with the incredible amount of expertise available is making many things possible that have not even been considered before.’
Dave Knight, Xennia’s Managing Director added, ‘It is often difficult for companies to know where to begin when looking at implementing a complex and challenging new technology. Talking to Xennia is an ideal starting point as we have comprehensive experience of managing projects from the initial feasibility stage through to the implementation of a complete production solution. Our experience ranges across many market sectors which all have different priorities and needs, so partnering with customers to develop technology to their requirements is in our DNA.’
A team of experts will be available throughout the show to consult on business improvement opportunities and explain how Xennia can help. Visitors to the Xennia stand can gain in-depth knowledge of the capabilities of digital manufacturing, and explore exciting new possibilities for transforming their business.
Xennia’s sophisticated knowledge and expertise in digital manufacturing technology opens up a wide range of revolutionary industrial print applications, enabling customers to introduce compelling new products more rapidly, control stock, manage waste and energy consumption, drastically reduce consumable costs and confer significant competitive advantage.
InPrint 2014 will be the source of extensive information on digital technology within industrial printing, with a high-calibre event programme alongside the show where experts will give detailed insight on developments within the industry. On the 8th of April at 3h00 pm, Tim Phillips will be talking at the Functional and Digital Print Conference about the future of digital manufacturing.