Lincolnwood, Illinois – London Litho announces the formation of The Opus Group, a global consulting division qualified to provide expertise to the graphic arts, communications, and printing industries. The newly formed division will begin operations January 1, 2001.
London Litho President Eric London sees The Opus Group as a natural progression for his company. "As a separate entity, The Opus Group will have the ability to extend our reach and offer unique consulting services beyond traditional boundaries," says London.
The group’s initial members include the color management specialists, pressroom consultants, and electronic engineers who developed London Litho’s exclusive Synclinal MAPP™ technology and have been implementing the process at customer sites since 1995. According to Opus Group Director David Williams, the group’s primary objective is to help each client find its own path in the effective application of technology.
London Litho has been a key player in the graphic arts industry since 1957, committing its technical and financial resources to meeting the changing needs of its prepress and pressroom customers. In addition to developing innovative technologies like Synclinal MAPP, London Litho serves as the Midwest’s leading reseller and integrator of imaging systems, prepress and pressroom consumables, and value-added services for the graphic arts, communications, and printing industries. Headquartered in Lincolnwood, Illinois, the company has branch facilities in New Berlin and Neenah, Wisconsin; Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, Indiana; Grand Rapids and Detroit, Michigan; and New Brighton, Minnesota. More information about London Litho is available at www.londonlitho.com.
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