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Ottawa Sign Shop Adds Two Acuitys

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Fujifilm is pleased to announce Kelly Signs, an Ottawa silk screen and digital sign shop, recently installed an Acuity HD 2504 and an Acuity Advance with roll media option.  Mark Steinberg of Kelly Signs said he had looked at every single UV flatbed presses in the Acuity class, collecting print samples from all the suppliers.  He said, “the Acuity undoubtedly had the best print quality, but what gave us the last push to choose Fujifilm as the supplier of our first UV flatbed was the level of customer support”.  The addition of the UV flatbed presses not only increased Kelly Signs’ productivity but also opened up more opportunities for them.  Most important of all, Kelly Signs’ customers love the final products – the image quality and the vibrant colours. 

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. 

Kelly Signs has been successfully in business for over 55 years in the Ottawa area.  Kelly signs has a modern manufacturing and design facility occupying over 22,000 square feet of space.  It is currently staffed with 15 talented design and production teams.  Kelly Signs’ wide range of sign products spreads from small real estate and election signs, vehicle graphics, large illuminated outdoor signs, all the way to dimensional letters for large retailers. 




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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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