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Atlantic Graphic Systems Enters Wide Format Market

Monday, February 23, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

COLUMBIA MD – Atlantic Graphic Systems, Inc. (AGS) formally announces their entry into the “red-hot” wide-format inkjet print and finishing market. AGS is focused on bringing the most advanced technology available in this segment to the commercial and in-plant print market in the Mid-Atlantic U.S.

After considerable research, AGS has partnered with CET Color. The flagship of this new venture is the award-winning Q5-Series of flatbed and hybrid UV inkjet printers. “I am excited for the opportunities this partnership with CET will provide us in our traditional market as well as new markets in our region,” commented AGS President, Jeff Tomlinson, “The enthusiastic response to this announcement from our clients has been very encouraging.”

Atlanta, GA-based CET Color is a leading U.S. manufacturer of inkjet printing solutions. In 2014 the SGIA bestowed the prestigious “Product of the Year Award” on the company’s Q5-Series of UV/LED inkjet presses. Featuring the latest in inkjet head technology, the Q5-Series is capable of printing ultra-fine variable dots from as small as 5 picoliter to 10 and 15 picoliter. This technology coupled with G7 Certification makes the Q5-Series one of the highest quality UV printers on the market today.

Additional announcements will be forthcoming as AGS partners with other top manufacturers to offer a full line of complementary wide-format print and finishing solutions. These solutions will include cutting, laminating and dye-sublimation products. As a premier vendor to the Graphics Communications Market, AGS offers industry leading solutions coupled with local, professional, 24/7 technical service and support in the Mid-Atlantic U.S.

 

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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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