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FUJIFILM launches Brillia HD PRO-V chemistry free violet plate at drupa 2008

Release date: 28.01.2008

FUJIFILM Corporation today announces the launch of Brillia HD PRO-V, a chemistry free violet CTP plate, at drupa 2008. Available to order at the show, PRO-V brings the benefits of high quality, chemistry free plate production to users of violet CTP systems, and is suitable for both commercial and newspaper print applications.

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FUJIFILM announces 'PRESSMAX' at drupa 2008

Release date: 28.01.2008

FUJIFILM Corporation today announces a new environmentally-friendly premium brand of pressroom chemistry under the name of 'PRESSMAX' as part of a strategy to help printers optimise print quality and press performance with minimal environmental impact. The PRESSMAX products are part of a suite of solutions to be demonstrated by FUJIFILM at drupa 2008.

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