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Agfa Graphics Recognized for Innovative Product at 2014 SGIA Expo

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Product of the Year Award Competition compares 139 entries in 25 categories 

Las Vegas, Nevada - Agfa Graphics earned the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) Product of the Year award for the Jeti Titan HS at this year's SGIA Expo in Las Vegas, Nevada. The competition recognized the latest equipment and supplies currently on the market that are advancing the specialty imaging industry.

“We are so pleased with the recognition,” said Deborah Hutcheson, Director of Marketing Agfa Graphics North America. “We’ve known our products are top of the line, and now we have an award that demonstrates it. We’re already gearing up to enter next year’s competition!”

Sixty-eight companies from all over the globe submitted to the competition, entering 139 products in 25 categories. Each product was judged during the 2014 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 22–24) and displayed in the Golden Image Gallery on the Expo floor, and this year’s entrants in each category pushed the limits of innovation.

“The Product of the Year Award Competition showcases the best printers, technologies and consumables from the specialty imaging community,” said Ray Weiss, SGIA’s Digital Imaging Specialist. “Whether they were a seasoned company or an industry newcomer, each and every entry came to win, and they gave the judges a real run for their money.”

A recap of the 2014 SGIA Expo — including the complete list of Product of the Year Award winners — is available online at SGIA.org.


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