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Imprimerie Moderne de Beauce Upgrades to Luxel V-6, Celebrant

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

TORONTO February 26, 2008 - Pierre Verreault, owner of Imprimerie Moderne de Beauce, realized it was time to upgrade their platesetter when they were unable to achieve the consistency of output they required on their existing platesetter, particularly at screen ruling above 150 lines. Tim Quigley, plant manager, looked for a machine that would allow them to print higher line screens, up to 250 lpi, and improve print quality and consistency. He also wanted a platesetter and workflow that would improve overall productivity in the plant, not only making more plates, but allowing the press operator to get up to colour faster and maintain that consistency. As a smaller printer, cost of operation and reliability were also key factors to consider. This naturally led them to consider the Fuji Luxel V-6 scalable violet CtP platesetter with the Celebrant workflow.

Fujifilm Canada (Graphic Systems) offers seamless end-to-end services, products, and support to its customers in the graphic communications industry.  Its wide variety of products ranges from the highest quality consumables including plates, display graphics inks, and pressroom chemistry, leading-edge equipment including CtP systems, digital presses, and display graphics devices, to unparalleled professional services consultation services covering areas from colour management to pressroom audits.

Founded in 1945, Imprimerie Moderne de Beauce serves not only the Beauce region of Quebec but all of eastern Canada and the United States. The 25 employee printer, owned since 1980 by Pierre Verreault, has long taken pride in its efficient manufacturing operations and quality control. They were the first printer in the Province of Quebec to achieve ISO 9001 - 2000 certification.




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