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Fujifilm Sericol India

Fujifilm Sericol is among the top ten printing ink suppliers globally, with manufacturing facilities in four continents, marketing units in 18 countries and distribution in over 80 countries. Widely recognised for its robust ink solutions to the Screen, Digital and Narrow Web industries, Fujifilm Sericol is renowned for its strong service ethic and innovative products.

Fujifilm Sericol also 'set the standard' for environmental control in the industry and was bestowed Queen's Award for Environment Achievement in 1993, which was the 4th of the Five Queen's Award that it amassed, including one for technology in 1990 and another for innovation in 2004. Apart from claiming the #1 position in screen ink industry for several decades, Fujifilm Sericol has already carved out a leadership position for itself in the wide format inkjet market with its state of the art wide format inkjet printers and world renowned Uvijet and Color+ inks.

Fujifilm Sericol India, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Sericol International Limited, UK, has not only established itself as the leader in the screen ink industry in a short span of time, but also has made inroads into the digital market with its best in class wide format inkjet printers and Uvijet and Color+ inks. It has ISO 9001-2008 and ISO 14001-2004 certified manufacturing facilities for Screen, Digital, Flexo and Off-set inks, a fully equipped technical training centre for screen printing and a Digital Demo Centre for wide format digital printers at Sanaswadi in Pune district. Its six sales and distribution offices spread all over India along with its Central Warehouse at Sanaswadi make its products easily accessible to its customers.

With its unstinted focus on Indian and the Subcontinent markets, Fujifilm, Sericol India has dedicated its R&D to develop tailor- made, value added and environmentally friendly solutions for its customers. Thus proudly living up to the group's corporate business philosophy
"More than ink...Solutions."