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Color-Logic Demonstrations Now Available in Chicago Metropolitan Area

Monday, November 02, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

West Chester, Ohio, USA - Chicago area brand managers, graphic designers, and printers can now see Color-Logic files being printed locally.  Color-Logic has certified the Fujifilm North America Graphic Systems Division Technology Center in Hanover Park, Illinois--a Chicago suburb--where demonstrations are being conducted on the Xerox Color 800i/1000i press, FujiFilm Acuity series, Inca Onset series and the Fujifilm /FFEI Graphium Digital Inkjet Press.  Fujifilm technicians have been fully trained in the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System.  Discussing the certification, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves said: "The Fujifilm demonstration center is conveniently located in the Chicago suburbs, and is the first North American facility fully qualified to explain the Color-Logic process and execute Color-Logic files to produce sparkling metallic special effects.  We are proud to join forces with Fujifilm North America to bring Color-Logic to printers, brands, and agencies in the Chicago area."
Jason Kammes, Business Development Manager, Workflow, Digital and Inkjet Production Solutions, FUJIFILM North American Corporation, Graphic Systems Division added, "Color-Logic is a great solution included into our mix of products enhancing the digital/inkjet components of both the Xerox 800i/1000i, Fujiflm Acuity series, Inca Onset series and the Graphium.  The product expands the capabilities of our product mix and well received by our customers."


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