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Pazazz Printing goes CTP with Fuji Violet Luxel Vx-9600

Friday, January 21, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

TORONTO – January 20, 2005 -- Fuji Graphic Systems Canada Inc. announced the recent installation of a semi-automatic Luxel Vx-9600 CTP, Rampage RIP, 2- Epson 9600s, and a Pictro Proofer at Pazazz Printing Inc, a print solution provider based in St-Laurent, Quebec. Warren Werbitt, President and CEO of Pazazz said three days after the installation, “We are extremely satisfied. Our sales team, and our clients, are extremely happy with the efficiency of our system and the colour fidelity between proofs and print”. Fuji Graphic Systems Canada Inc. is Canada’s leading single source for integrated pre-press to press room solutions, offering seamless, end-to-end services, products and support. This includes electronic pre-press equipment, digital workflow solutions, computer-to-plate technologies, digital colour presses, large format digital output devices and supplies. Fuji Graphic Systems Canada has offices across Canada. Pazazz’ pre-press department and graphic design studio are now equipped to handle virtually any requirement The variety of machinery in their plant allows Pazazz to be competitive at all levels of sheet fed printing from forms and letterheads to the most complex of color marketing vehicles. Presses range from 12” x 18” 2 color through 40” 6 color with extended delivery water base coater and infrared dryers. A full range of bindery and finishing equipment, from die cutters to 40” folders to Muller Martini stitcher/booking machines contributes to the efficiency and completeness of their production base. The flexographic print division boasts 5 color and 8 color roll fed presses with UV and lamination capability.

 

 

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