India’s first Kodak NexPress SE3000 lands up in Pune


Pune, the city of youngsters, the city known as India’s educational hub, the city with creativity becomes the first proud city of India to have Kodak NexPress SE3000. Well known pre-press company Kadam Digital Transprints Pvt Ltd takes a fast forward step and installs this unique digital production press in the heart of the city.

Moving to more specious 4500 sq ft office area, Kadam Digital Transprints has recently accomplished milestone by inauguration of Kodak NexPress SE3000 15”x20” digital production colour press, along with second CtP unit, digital colour photo lab, and post press division.

Based on proprietary intellectual property and Kodak’s expertise in image science, materials, software and hardware, Kodak NexPress SE3000 is designed to deliver unique effect like raised printing and matte or glass coating for commercial jobs. To meet the rising demands for short run digital prints and the new segment of photo industry, the press features outstanding photo quality output with exceptional productivity for the production of printed photo products, including hard and soft cover photo books, calendars.

“Technological sea changes are taking place in the photography and print segment. Kodak’s NexPress has revolutionised photo printing with photo-realistic digital colour prints that are practically indiscernible from photo paper, at a cost that is affordable to everyone,” conveyed Sanjay Kadam, director, Kadam Digital Transprints, feeling proud on this installation.

“With the use of NexPress, our clients like Kadam Digital will be able to fulfill diverse printing requirements of people in the Pune city. The demand for high-quality photo products, especially high-end wedding albums, are certainly on the rise and the business opportunity for photo service providers and photographers are exciting. With the advanced features of the NexPress photo platform, the Pune customers will be able to experience international quality printing at a fraction of time,” commented Bhalchandra Nikumb, head-sales and channel management, graphic communications group, Kodak India Pvt Ltd, showing happiness on this kind of progress.

Gulabraoji Shelke, chairman, Mahanagar Co-operative Bank Ltd and PS Vengurlekar, general manager, Bank of Maharashtra, Pune region and Namdeo R Bhagat, director, CIDCO, Mumbai also graced the occasion.


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