Entering the production printing market in 2005, Konica Minolta has become one of the leaders in professional color printing. At the root of this success is its high-end technology combined with a deep understanding of the production printing market and the needs of its customers.
Konica Minolta aims to replicate in the industrial printing market its success in production printing. Key industrial applications, such as finishing, packaging and labels, are among its main areas of development.
Its ambitions in the industrial printing market are now being supported in France and around the world by the creation of a new department: Industrial Printing.
Industrial Printing also integrates MGI’s commercial and technological know-how. The new industrial printing range consists of 5 presses from the world leader in digital finishing and finishing solutions.
Thanks to digital technologies, Konica Minolta enables printers to extend their offering to new services generating growth and additional revenue: labels, packaging, document finishing, and is able to support them in the implementation of its new services.
Established in 1982, MGI Digital Technology designs, manufactures and markets a full range of digital printing and finishing presses for commercial printing, publishing, adhesive label, carton and packaging.
Listed on Alternext since 2006, with 4 production sites located in France and Germany, MGI devotes almost 20% of its annual turnover in Research & Development.
MGI is positioned today as the world leader in multi-substrate digital presses (paper and plastic) and as the undisputed world leader in the digital finishing market, with a range of 4 JETvarnish 3D sheet-fed and coil-roll presses .
At the forefront of innovation, MGI anticipates future developments in the smart-packaging market, positioning itself as one of the world leaders in printed electronics, through its subsidiary MGI Ceradrop.