Concord, NC—DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation (DNP IAM) launched its single-roll mobile media. Developed exclusively to work with the company’s DS40 dye-sublimation printer, the single-roll option provides more convenience and portability for event photographers.
A case of the new media can produce 400 standard 4×6-inch prints or 800 2×6-inch photo strips, in matte or glossy finishes. The smaller case is more portable for event photographers. Consequently, it gives them the option of using a smaller, lighter pack of media at events that don’t require a full double-roll case.
The single-roll case packaging is capable of being reused multiple times. The case is made from 100% recycled material. Its also designed to makes it easier to repack and transport the roll from one event to another without damage.
“Providing practical and economical solutions to our customers’ increasingly dynamic workflow is an important part of our business,” said Katsuyuki Oshima, president of DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation. “The single-roll mobile media case improves the convenience and portability of our media offering for on-site photographers. Thus, it gives them greater flexibility in managing the logistics of events of different sizes and scope.”
Single-Roll Mobile Media Pricing
DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation’s single-roll media is available in the United States for $84.
IAM is a 100% U.S. subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP). It is among the world’s largest manufacturers of dye-sublimation media for photo printers as well as thermal transfer ribbons and barcode printers.
DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation has a broad selection of solutions for the photo retail market. Its products are designed to address retailer’s specific business goals as well as objectives. Manufacturing, sales and development offices of dye-sublimation media for photo printers is located in Concord, North Carolina.
Founded in 1876, DNP has 70 production plants, both in Japan and overseas. More than 25 years ago, DNP was one of the earliest organizations to pioneer dye-sublimation media. It was also the first company to start business development in thermal transfer ribbons. dnpphoto.com