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The Prolific Group Revamps its Prepress Department with Fujifilm

Friday, October 12, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

TORONTO October 11, 2007 - Fujifilm Canada is pleased to announce that the Prolific Group chose Fujifilm Canada as the supplier of its prepress department's revamp project.  Prolific purchased two Fujifilm Javelin 8600S thermal CtP, one with multi-cassette autoloader and the other with single-cassette autoloader, to replace its first generation CtP devices.   Along with these two high-speed, high-quality CtP devices, Prolific added two Epson Stylus 9800 printers, Trueflow PRO workflow, and MegaRip in its prepress department, all installed by Fujifilm.  One of Manitoba's largest printers wanted a supplier with local presence for this major project simply because they could not have afforded a prolonged downtime.
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. 
The Prolific Group of graphics arts companies currently employ approximately 165 people with plants in Winnipeg, Red Deer, Calgary and sales office in Vancouver.  Profilic's head office resides in the modern and recently expanded facility in Winnipeg.  Prolific is one of the most diversified printers in Western Canada offering a large range of sheet-fed print as well as cold and heat set web. large/small format digital print, and in-house mail and bindery services.

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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