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Motheral Printing Adopts Color Control Network to Enable Industry Best High Density 4/Color Printing.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

Oct 25, 2007 - Ft. Worth, TX  - Color Control Network (CCN) announces that Motheral Printing has signed on to become a certified provider of CCN's patented color management technology.
Motheral has a long history of leveraging new technologies that enhance their production capabilities. They are always on the lookout for new ways to improve efficiency and to enhance the superior printing that they are known for. With CCN they believe they have found a technology that does both.
"What first attracted us to CCN was that we found we were able to better control our presses when using a 4 color process to print at extremely high densities". Says David Motheral, VP of print operations at the family owned company. "A lot of customers simply will not pay the added cost of going beyond 4 colors on certain jobs. At the same time, what they really want is that deep saturation that traditionally could only be achieved using a six or more color process. CCN changes the way we can approach those customers. In addition, CCN adds to our current ability to predict what comes off our presses. This is an area that we have always prided ourselves in and CCN is a great enhancement to that end."
"We are very pleased to have Motheral on board"  says John Jeffus, Chief Technology Officer of Color Control Network, "David and his group have a really good understanding of what our system can do for four color printing and they have been really great to work with. For our part, we love the opportunity to go into an operation that has such a solid history of adopting cutting edge technologies for the benefit of their customers. We are certain that the adoption of our system will only enhance that reputation." 

 

 

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