DNP IMAGINGCOMM ASIA is a 100%-owned subsidiary of Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd. (DNP) and the first manufacturing base of “dye sublimation thermal transfer media” in Asia under DNP strategy. DNP IMAGINGCOMM ASIA will manufacture Dye Sublimation Thermal Transfer media and Barcode Thermal Ribbon for customers worldwide, especially for customers in Asia.
Supporting our customers and shareholders in their quest for sustainable profitability , quality and increased market share in the imaging through our solutions.
Creating the future with imaging communications that connect people, societies and the world
Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) was established in as far back as 1876, to become the first full-scale printing company in Japan.
Today, the DNP Group is one of the largest diversified printing/coating technology companies in the world, with approximately 40,000 employees worldwide. DNP is currently operating 58 plants in Japan and overseas, and activities include commercial printing, packaging, decorative material, electronics, business forms and information media supplies. Expanding printing technology has been a fundamental DNP policy since the 1950s.
Specifically in the photofinishing markets, DNP has been the inventor of dye sublimating printing technology and is the world’s largest manufacturer of dye sublimation thermal transfer media. In a highly specialized industry, worldwide production in large scale enhances our competitive edge.
Strategically located in malaysia, DNP Imagingcomm Asia Sdn.Bhd. is set up to close to the market whereby timely meeting the rising demand of dye sublimation thermal transfer media is the region. We cover the market territories all the way from Oceania,South East Asia , South Asia, Central Asia,Middle East to Africa Continent (exculding North Africa). The Sales team of DNP Imagingcomm Asia will also be able to be more responsive to customer needs; as our new plant enhances our capabilities in production, delivery and service requirements.
Materials Used in the thermal transfer printing of digital images. Comprised of a three-color-yellow,magenta and cyan-ink ribbon width a transparent overcoat layer and dedicated receiver paper. As the dyes are transferred in line width the concentration of the image,it is Possible to achieve smooth gradations, and reproduce high grade images of a similar quality to silver halide photographic prints DNP is expecting a sharp increase in the use of this new imaging material at kiosk terminals and in home based prints.
Materials Used When printing bar codes and signboard in a thermal transfer printing format. Thermal transfer ink ribbons are manufacured using ink made of carbon and colored pigments for Printing Which are mixed With Wax and then attached at a thickness of several microns to the surface of a film which acts as the base material.When heat is transferred to a flim the thermal head,only the portion melts and attached to the paper.
Kozo Odamura was born in Japan. In 1992, he joined Dai Nippon Printing, Tokyo, Japan, as Product and Process Engineer for Dye Sublimation Media (Paper and Ribbon) development. In 2004, he has been assigned to join DNP IMS America Corporation (currently DNP Imagingcomm America Corporation) as Project Manager for new process development on Dye sublimation products. In 2007, he became Product Design Manager for Dye Sublimation Media in Dai Nippon Printing, Okayama, Japan. Since 2013 he became Director and Plant General Manager of DNP IMS Malaysia SDN.BHD.(currently known as DNP IMAGINGCOMM ASIA SDN.BHD.).