During the two week exhibition, the company, which specialises in quality control analysis management systems for the print industry, developed over 360 new business leads and orders, as the company unveiled two new cutting edge technologies.
Phil Hall, managing director at Troika, said: “We exhibited in collaboration with The Printing Industry Confederation (PICON) and we were really pleased with the response of visitors and delgates to our stand. We have had some good quality enquiries across the board from around the world. Overall our technology has been well received.”
At Drupa, the company launched CorruCAM, a new tool that is able to measure aniloxes within corrugated presses, and presented the development of the Advanced Inspection Microscope (AIM), a fast, accurate and simple to operate 2D microscope that works in conjunction with a number of different applications within the print industry.
Bettine Pellant, chief executive, PICON, added: “‘I am delighted that Troika had a successful exhibition and that Picon was there to support Phil and his team. We are pleased as overall our members had a successful Drupa 2016. Drupa has shown that print is still a vibrant and exciting industry.”
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