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GMG heads to Fespa Digital 2012

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

At Fespa Digital 2012 in Barcelona, GMG will be celebrating its entry into the wide-format sector with the company’s highly innovative production solution for wide-format digital printing on its booth H22 in hall 3. It will be the most complete solution in the market for indoor and outdoor advertising, sign and super-wide format printing, adding new capabilities in color consistency, flexibility and economy.

GMG's color management expertise, well known in the proofing sector, is one of the three key pillars of this new GMG wide-format application. The GMG solution calibrates and drives more than 750 wide-format printing devices and cutting systems, making identical repetition on different output devices a reality – almost from a standing start.

A further pillar is the extremely flexible Editor which features numerous useful and easy-to-use expert tools and functions. Its impressive processing speed, and the fact that both Mac and PC users can work with the user-friendly GMG solution, will not only fit the needs of creative thinkers, but also those of production-oriented users.

Economic efficiency represents the third pillar of the new GMG wide-format solution. GMG will be presenting a modular system. Thanks to the dynamically scalable GMG license, growth-related investments are only necessary where additional capacity really is needed. An integrated ink-saving function additionally maximizes cost and ecological effectiveness.

“GMG is proud to be exhibiting at Fespa for the first time. Over the last few years our solutions have become very well established within traditional proofing and color management applications worldwide. Today, we are perfectly placed to meet the needs of the digital wide format print production markets with complete, best-in-class production solutions,” says Ian Scott, Managing Director of GMG GmbH & Co. KG.

 

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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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