Print-Rite Recognized as National Academician Workstation

Print-Rite has been rewarded as a National Academy Workstation by the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST).

According to Print-Rite, it is not only the first state-level academician workstation in the print consumables industry but also the first one in Zhuhai city – the world capital of print consumables manufacturing. The China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization of Chinese scientists and engineers, which is composed of 167 national professional societies and hundreds of local branches at various levels. The organization serves to provide advice and services on science and technology-related problems so as to contribute to the nation’s economic development.

This isn’t the first time Print-Rite has been granted as Academician Workstation – goes back to 2009, Print-Rite had been qualified to host the provincial-level Academician Workstation for its remarkable R&D experience. Taking top honor in late 2017 as National Academician Workstation, Print-Rite will continue collaboration with the research team of National Key Laboratory of Remanufacturing, leads by Academician Binshi Xu, and the scientific research team of National Key Laboratory of Supramolecular Structure and Materials, leads by Academician Jiacong Shen.

Regarding the development of print consumables industry in Zhuhai, Print-Rite will continue to construct the workstation, enhance the equipment for R&D and improve the professional and innovative talent team. Meanwhile, Print-Rite will keep targeting at the frontier areas of technology of China and abroad, exploring potential new products, new processes and new technologies. Print-Rite determines to transform the state-level academician workstation into the industry’s leading R&D institution, forming a demonstration effect of leading the industry’s innovation and development and promoting the industrial development of printing consumables industry in Zhuhai, China and even the world.

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