As part of the company's celebrations of 25 years of service to the industry Roland DG Corporation hosted the first ever World Press Day on the site of the new state of the art Digital manufacturing facility in Hamamatsu, Japan, the company's headquarters.
Guests from 16 countries along with management form Roland DG's offices around the globe including, Australia, New Zealand, Benelux, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Japan, USA, United Kingdom and Brazil were given a first hand look at the company's DNA, industry pedigree product lines and world leading technologies.
Mr Masahiro Tomioka welcomed attendees with a brief history of the company originally known as AMDEK Corporation based in Osaka in 1981 through to the current company structure and current name Roland DG Corporation.
Prior to guests being toured through the new digital factory, Mr Tomioka explained that the company's success comes from responding to the industry's needs "Demand in the marketplace needs a solution" and this is where Roland DG's innovative product offerings have evolved from. Roland's vision, precision and commitment to quality have revolutionised the way creative professionals work in 133 countries and regions being serviced by Roland DG's list of subsidiaries, affiliates & distributors.”
Marcus Adler, Managing Director for the Australia and New Zealand stated "throughout 2006 Roland DG will be celebrating its 25th anniversary, a milestone marking the company's rich history of innovation and commitment to the industries it serves.
“We were very pleased to be apart of World Press Day and reflect on Roland DG's history and excited about looking to the future."