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FotoHub Chooses Canon’s DreamLabo 5000

Plan to Launch Singapore’s First High Definition, 2400 x 1200 dpi PhotoBook

FotoHub.com will deploy the first DreamLabo 5000 production inkjet printer in Singapore. FotoHub will use Canon’s DreamLabo to provide high definition print services for its customers – offering a higher industry standard of 2400 x 1200 dpi print resolution, and redefining the standards of photo print quality in the market.

“Our mission has always been in the provision of best quality services to our customers through constant enhancement and innovation, and the acquisition of Canon DreamLabo 5000 sees to its fulfilment by extending our print services into the high definition arena,” said Eric Tan, CEO, FotoHub.com.

FotoHub’s purchase of the Canon DreamLabo comes at an opportune time as it seeks to modernize and reinvent its business to meet the needs of the customers and achieve sustainable growth.

According to Tan, “With the DreamLabo 5000, we offer the opportunity to capture their narrative in a new dimension through the delivery of true colour and minute details. This is embodied in our HD PhotoBook tagline – Share your memories your way, your life in HD.”

For Canon, the introduction of the DreamLabo 5000 marks its entry into the production photo printing market and an opportunity to introduce technology that will revitalize the entire personal print industry. “At Canon, we believe in helping entrepreneurs meet the needs of their customers – both current and emerging. For the last 28 years, the FotoHub brand has stood for quality both with consumers and professional photographers,” said Melvyn Ho, Senior Vice President, Domestic Operations, Canon Singapore. “We are honoured that they have chosen the Canon DreamLabo 5000 production photo printer and are proud to welcome a market leader like FotoHub to the Canon family of customers.”

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