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FUJIFILM Opens State-of-the-art Service Centre in Shah Alam

by Nashata K.


Fujifilm Malaysia has announced the opening of its RM8 million service centre which, aims to further propel the growth of their cutting-edge and innovative inventions.

Having recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, the Malaysian arm of Fujifilm Corporation (Japan) today revealed their truly unique and state-of-the-art service centre to exhibit and demonstrate its line of avant-garde technologies in the photographic imaging, graphic arts and medical imaging spheres.


Mr. Yoshitaka Nakamura, Managing Director of Fujifilm Malaysia articulates that the corporation will be doubling top line growth over the next 5 years to meet demands for its extensive and all-comprising selection of wide format ink jet graphic arts printers as well as the use of digital technologies to enhance and revitalize archival systems in Malaysian general hospitals.DSCF0677DSCF0678

Wide Format Inkjet Printing @ Fujifilm Malaysia’s Graphic Arts Showroom 

One of the front-runners in inkjet technologies, Fujifilm is showcasing its latest wide format printers, whose applications include indoor and outdoor signage, packaging, mobile-advertising, clothing, wall-murals, interior design as well as displays.


Wonder Photo Shop Showroom

With the increasing number of smartphone users, coupled with the fact that more and more images are being taken each day, Fujifilm also looks at bridging the gap between picture-taking and the simplicity of printing them. Wonder Photo is seen as a platform for photographic education and encourages as well as educates customers on how to turn smartphone pictures into art that can be personalised.  The concept of Wonder Shop was introduced in Malaysia in November 2016 and due to the enormous response, Fujifilm believes the concept will yield more demand for mobile prints.


Medical Imaging Showroom 

In addition to that, the centre is also where you’ll find the latest in medical imaging systems from Fujifilm. Here, the company aims to showcase how digitising can help in both diagnosing and curing patients in hospitals and other health care institutes.


The 4,500 square foot vicinity was created in response to various market needs; Fujifilm is positive the facility will increase productivity, scale-up expertise as well as heighten effectiveness for all the services it offers to its customers.

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