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Xerox Applications Recognized by IAPHC

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Xerox Corporation was recently honored with 10 International Gallery awards from IAPHC, Inc., an independent network of graphic arts and printing professionals.  Among the winning applications were books, signs and packages created on Xerox digital systems including the Xerox iGen4, Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press and the Xerox Nuvera 288 EA Perfecting Production System.
Panels of printing experts judged entries based on the quality and difficulty of the graphic arts process used, overall appearance and effectiveness of communication. Xerox's 10 winning entries, several of which were real-world applications recreated for the awards, were selected out of more than 1,500 international submissions.
"The amazing creativity of the winning applications from Xerox and its customers truly demonstrated the power of digital printing," said Kevin Keane, president, IAPHC.  "Behind each award-winning application is the press on which it was produced, and these entries show the versatility and innovation of digital technology and its outstanding image quality."
IAPHC presented Xerox with the following awards:
·         Four Gold Awards - Hamburg show poster, National Parks notecards and box, Ness motorcycle owner's manual and Oklahoma book
·         Two Silver Awards - Ness inspiration booklet and Clotheshorse poolside retail sign
·         Three Bronze Awards - Clotheshorse black-and-white retail sign, NYSE book, and a design guide for black-and-white cut-sheet production printing
·         One Honorable Mention - Clotheshorse summer retail sign
The 2008 award-winning applications are now on display at the Gil Hatch Center for Customer Innovation in Webster, N.Y.




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