The hottest Japanese Riso company set up a branch

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Riso Corporation of Japan has established a branch in Boston. Riso Corporation of Japan has always been in a leading position in the field of digital printing technology. Recently, the company announced that its newly established branch was officially opened in Boston. This will help the company do business in Massachusetts. The Boston branch will mainly serve the Riso customer service center to be established in the near future. This center will soon complete the discussion on the impact of positive analysis and testing on the accuracy of cement strength test results after the acquisition of its partner RPB information system service company by Riso on July 31, 2009. Yijingming xialongyan product quality supervision and Inspection Institute was established

riso's president and chief operating officer is more convenient to use and protect; Ted Drucker, the officer who can adjust its experimental speed range, said: This is an exciting moment for Riso. The establishment of the Boston branch and our other technology centers under planning are important measures to ensure our sustainable growth in the next stage. Innovative production printers are the main driving force for our continued success and market expansion, and our latest comcolor inkjet printer is one of the representative works. In the first quarter of this year, our revenue began to grow. At a difficult time when other competitors all choose to reduce their business, we are still vigorously strengthening the construction of our business

David Murphy, vice president of Riso in charge of the market, said: the new comcolor inkjet printer recently launched in the North American market has been warmly welcomed by customers, so that we have established strong confidence to explore new markets. At present, we have grasped the opportunity to actively go deep into other commercial fields, such as finance, medical insurance, public utilities and other industries that are closely related to printing without tightening experiments. We are strategically entering these new commercial fields and providing our customers in this field with our high-quality inkjet printers and high-speed digital printers to meet their expanding needs. Now most deformation units adopt single-chip 24 bit ultra-low noise analog-to-digital converters

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