Chicago, IL 4/12/01Que-Net MediaTM, a member of the Quebecor World Group, launched the Remote Image Center at the Quebecor World Annual General Meeting on April 4, 2001. The Remote Image Center offers photography and pre-media services in a customized 32-foot vehicle.
Engineered for catalog, retail and commercial clients, the Remote Image Center brings the studio and comprehensive pre-media services to the client’s door. Optimizing convenience and efficiency, the Remote Image Center is equipped to provide conventional and digital photography services, including tabletop, 3-D and immersive imaging, such as iPIX. It also delivers services, such as color management, color proofing and CD-ROM digital archiving.
“Unique to Canada, the Remote Image Center offers innovative solutions to the marketplace,” says Chris Rudge, chairman and chief executive officer of Que-Net MediaTM. “The Remote Image Center goes beyond the meaning of ‘on location,’ taking it to a new level of customization. It provides the power and versatility of Que-Net MediaTM in a compact unit.”
Immediately following the Quebecor World Annual General Meeting, the Remote Image Center relocated to Canadian Tire in Laval, Quebec, for its first remote assignment.
Serving the “Golden Horseshoe” area of Ontario, the Remote Image Center delivers printing, publishing and Web-based pre-media solutions to Que-Net MediaTM and Quebecor World client locations. Minimizing production and processing time, the Center increases a product’s speed to market.
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