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Xitron Announces Reseller Agreement with Anderson & Vreeland

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Navigator RIPs, device interfaces, workflow, now available for label, narrow web, and packaging applications 

Ann Arbor, Michigan - Xitron, the leading independent developer of RIP and workflow products for the printing industry, has announced the signing of a reseller agreement with Anderson & Vreeland, North America’s foremost provider of flexographic printing equipment and supplies.

“We’re extremely pleased to partner with Anderson & Vreeland,” said Karen Crews, President of Xitron.  “We’re now in the process of releasing products designed specifically for label, narrow web, and packaging applications. With over 50 years of knowledge and expertise in these markets, Anderson & Vreeland figures very prominently in our plans.”

One of the most prolific and successful developers of the Harlequin RIP in commercial printing applications, Xitron has sold over 25,000 Navigator RIP and workflow systems around the world. “Xitron’s products are uniquely suited to Anderson & Vreeland’s distribution strategy as our customer base moves toward digital output,” said Lee Zerfass, Digital Business Manager for Anderson & Vreeland. “Their RIPs and workflow already drive most of the legacy film systems currently in use, which means Xitron will help us bridge our customer transitions to digital.”

Several joint product announcements are planned over the next few weeks, as are technical training and orientation sessions. “We’re looking forward to bringing Xitron’s ‘Prepress Independence’ approach to Anderson & Vreeland customers,” concluded Zerfass. 

 

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