Roland DG Welcomes New Employees for 2019
04/12/2019 Corporate Activities
Roland DG held an orientation ceremony for new employees at its headquarters in Hamamatsu, Japan on April 1, the same day that the name of the new Japanese imperial era “Reiwa” to succeed the current Heisei was announced. A total of 11 new employees joined Roland DG in FY2019.
Three Fun Places to Visit in Tokyo for Fans of Customized Goods – Part 2
08/08/2018 Digital Printing, Corporate Activities
Continuing from the first part of this blog series, King Yuk Chiu (photo, left) reports on her experience at the Roland DG Creative Center located in the Tokyo Sales Office where we offer customers new business ideas and solutions.
Three Fun Places to Visit in Tokyo for Fans of Customized Goods – Part 1
08/07/2018 Digital Printing, Corporate Activities
There are a variety of facilities around Tokyo that provide visitors with the digital fabrication tools to turn their ideas into life, and some of them offer services to create your very own personalized items using Roland DG UV printers. In this three-part series, two international students who recently participated in Roland DG’s internship program tried their services and shared their experience with us.
Roland DG Welcomes New Employees for 2018
04/19/2018 Corporate Activities
Roland DG held a company orientation on April 2nd at its headquarters in Hamamatsu, Japan, to welcome seven new employees for FY2018. During the ceremony, President Fujioka extended a warm welcome to the new employees and offered encouragement for their success.
Global SE Awards 2018 Finalists Interviews – Part 3
04/17/2018 Corporate Activities, Digital Printing
Roland DG will conduct its Global SE Awards 2018 final competition from April 23rd through the 25th, where service engineers (SEs) engaged in the repair and maintenance of Roland DG products will put their skills and knowledge to the test. In the lead-up to the contest, we invited finalists of local competitions held around the world to talk about the service and support work they are involved in. The third finalist joining us is Matthew Wrench, representing Europe, the Middle East and Africa.