Kodak, even after going bankrupt, is making efforts to make its presence felt in the industry. The corporation is making a great use of the Drupa to make its presence felt. Kodak is planning to demonstrate 10 new digital solutions, along with 30 industry partners at the Kodak Pavilion at Drupa 2012 (Hall 5, F09-1).
“The industry has undergone dramatic change since the last drupa in 2008, and we’ve listened carefully to understand our customers’ challenges. Today, Kodak is delivering digital your way, solutions tailored to help them deliver specifically what their clients need,” noted Chris Payne, Kodak’s Director and Vice President Marketing, Commercial Business.
Kodak will also include application stations for commercial print, publishing, as well as packaging and will also demonstrate how one can grow business using Kodak Solutions.
Drupa 2012 is a marquee occasion for Kodak, where the corporation will cater to the commercial print, packaging, and publishing markets.