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SGIA Expands Industry Journal to Eight Issues in 2013

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Six issues focus on graphic imagers and two issues will highlight garment decoration

Fairfax, Virginia – To better serve the diverse specialty imaging community, SGIA will now publish both a Graphic edition and a Garment edition of the Journal. Six issues will focus on graphic imagers and two issues will highlight garment decoration — for a total of eight Journal issues per year.

With staples including imaging’s newest products, the hottest production techniques and the industry’s best business practices, the SGIA Journal is a crucial and unmatched resource for the community.

Feature articles for SGIA’s January/February Graphics edition include:

  • Color Management Solutions for Non-Traditional Substrates
  • Green Chemistry: The Next Revolution
  • Digital Textile Printing Has Come of Age
  • Making the Right Wide-Format Decisions

The Garment Editions will be published April/May 2013 and August/September 2013. SGIA members will receive all eight editions of the Journal, or have the option of customizing which Journal editions to receive. Members can also search for past Journal articles on our website, which keeps a wealth of information right at your fingertips. For more information, visit SGIA.org, Keyword: Journal.

SGIA – Supporting the Leaders of the Digital & Screen Printing Community
“Specialty imaging” comprises digital imaging, screen printing and the many other imaging technologies SGIA members use, including those they’ll tap in the future. These are the imaging processes and technologies employed to create new products and to enhance existing products including point-of-purchase displays, printed electronics, membrane switches, signs, advertisements, garments, containers and vehicles. Make the most of your specialty imaging business.

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