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EFI Joins SGP Community as a Gold Patron

Monday, September 21, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Sayville, NY - The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP) is pleased to announce that EFI™, the leading provider of industrial digital LED inkjet printers and inks, has joined the expanding SGP community by becoming a SGP Gold Level Patron. Based in California`s Silicon Valley, EFI develops technologies for the manufacturing of signage, packaging, textiles, ceramic tiles, and personalized documents.

EFI is a sustainability leader and winner of the 2013 Sustainability Recognition Award awarded by the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA) for the development of technologies that improve sustainability in print manufacturing. In addition, EFI's LED-curing inkjet inks and EFI VUTEk® 3M™ SuperFlex inks are GreenGuard Gold certified.

"SGP does tremendous work to help printing companies quantify and promote better, more-efficient print offerings and we are proud to support that effort as an SGP Patron," said Ken Hanulec, vice president, marketing, EFI Inkjet Solutions, "EFI looks forward to working closely with the SGP community to further improve print supply chain sustainability with the industry's leading portfolio of energy-efficient LED inkjet printing technologies." 

The SGP Patron program provides financial support to the organization driving sustainability in the printing industry and providing benefits to the certified facilities. Suppliers to the printing industry are invited to participate in the SGP Patron program as silver, gold or platinum patrons. For more information, contact info@sgppartnership.org.


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