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SUPERIA supports resource savings directly leading to profits.

The Fujifilm Superia system can help reduce the consumption of paper, ink and the other main materials used in the offset printing process while conserving energy, lowering emissions and reducing water consumption.
These savings, along with improved productivity through lower labor requirements, contribute to improved profits.


Five resource saving targets are key to improved profitability

1. Material savings

Generally, paper and ink account for the greatest ratio of printing costs. Reducing these key materials is the first step in reducing costs. Among the different areas of resource savings, lowering the cost of paper and ink will lead to the clearest benefits in terms of increased profits.

2. Man-hour savings

Shortening working time and reducing production workload will reduce the number of people and working hours required for each process. Time that is saved can be assigned to other tasks, and shorter processes help enable quick turnaround times and increase capacity to handle more jobs.

3. Energy savings

Regardless of national and regional differences, the second highest ratio of printing costs after paper and ink is accounted for by fees for utilities such as electricity and gas. Conservation of energy is therefore an important factor in reducing costs and boosting profits.

4. Reduced emissions

Avoiding the discharge of chemical waste liquids and exhaust gases not only helps protect the environment, but can also indirectly reduce costs.

5. Water savings

Water charges vary depending on the country and region, so the extent of cost reductions may differ, however reduced water usage lowers cost and reduces associated drainage processing costs.