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Fujifilm opens new Headquarters of Fujifilm Europe and Fujifilm Deutschland

We have moved! As of today, 2 May 2022, you will find the Headquarters of Fujifilm Europe and Fujifilm Deutschland on our new premises at Balcke-Dürr-Allee 6, in 40882 Ratingen. Here we will move into three floors in the building “The Square” on the Schwarzbach-Quartier.

During the planning process, our Management attached great importance to an office concept that benefits our employees as well as their cooperation – modernly designed office space, various meeting rooms as well as places for casual exchange among colleagues therefore complement each other.

Welcome to Fujifilm’s new Headquarters. Photo: Ant Palmer

In addition to the new office space, the building will soon be home to various exhibition rooms for the multi-technology company’s different products and services. The company will also open its new European Fujifilm Open Innovation Hub (OIH) at the new Headquarters’ site. This OIH will be an exhibition as well as a place to create new solutions. The place will exhibit Fujifilm’s products, services and know-how, but also offer space to meet up with internal and external cooperation partners in order to work out new approaches.

FUJIFILM at UKIVA Conference 2022

The Machine Vision Conference organized by UKIVA (United Kingdom Industrial Vision Association) in Milton Keynes, England, takes place on April 28, 2022. FUJIFILM will showcase its industrial lens portfolio at booth #23, focusing on the new FUJINON HF-XA-1F series for demanding applications.

The FUJINON HF-XA-1F series not only features FUJIFILM’s popular Anti Shock & Vibration technology, but it also takes it one step further with a rugged mechanical design with no moving parts inside the lens. More details about our new “heavy duty” lens series will be presented at UKIVA Conference 2022.

Two New Partnerships for Graphic Systems

What exciting news. Our Graphic Systems business domain formed two new strategic partnerships with Nautasign and MCA Digital. Aiming to enhance the market presences of Fujifilm’s Acuity range.

Print Dealership Nautasign has offices in Mechelen, Belgium, and Ede in the Netherlands, as well as operating in Luxembourg. The partnership with Fujifilm aims to support the sales of the Acuity Prime and Acuity Ultra R2 sales in Benelux.

We are very pleased to have partnered with Fujifilm. It’s a huge brand that creates great printers with impressive designs and it has been a pleasure working with the Fujifilm team. The onboarding process was seamless and I look forward to having the machines in our showroom.

Marco Kedde, Co-Owner of Nautasign

By forming an extensive strategic partnership with MCA Digital, a highly respected print solutions provider in Italy, Fujifilm intents to boost its digital print profile and sales in Italy. Facilitating the introduction of the Revoria Press PC1120 to the Italian market. In addition, enhancing the profile of Fujifilm’s Acuity range and Jet Press 750S.

MCA Digital is a fabulous partner with exceptional skills and experience in selling applications that add real value to its customers’ businesses.

Mark Lawn, Head of POD Solutions Europe
(from left to right) Alberto Agostini, Equipment Commercial Director, MCA, Mark Lawn, Head of Print-on-Demand Business, Fujifilm Europe, Massimo Spaggiari, Sales Director, MCA and Cristina Del Guasta, Director, MCA.

New Climate Action Targets

We, as global players, have to change our mindsets and need to actively try to change and contribute to a more sustainable future. The FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation has announced new climate action targets to reduce CO2 emissions. The long term goal is to accelerate initiatives towards a zero-carbon future. This also includes reducing CO2 emissions across the entire product life cycle, from the procurement of raw materials to sales and transportation.

Fujifilm has been actively promoting actions to reduce the impact of climate change based on a strong and fundamental belief that environmental conservation is at the core of all Fujifilm’s corporate activities.

Chisato Yoshizawa, corporate vice president, ESG, FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation

Moreover, Fujifilm launched a new Fujifilm Group environmental strategy, “Green Value Climate Strategy,” to further enhance the process of achieving these targets by FY2030.