London Litho Seminars Focus on CTP OptimizationService
Press release from the issuing company
Lincolnwood, Illinois, May 2001—Midwestern graphic arts professionals can take advantage of a new London Litho seminar series scheduled from June 12 through 26, 2001, at seven locations. The seminars—entitled CTP Infrastructure: Optimizing Prepress Production for New or Existing CTP—will be held in the Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, and Appleton/Oshkosh metropolitan areas. Joining London Litho will be representatives from Fuji Photo Film, Artwork Systems, Proactive Technologies, GretagMacbeth, and other leading manufacturers, who will provide the latest information regarding CTP workflow, infrastructure, color management, and digital proofing. "Our goal is to help printers develop a solid plan for a smooth transition to CTP," says London Litho Electronic Imaging Systems Manager Russ Brock. "Printers will learn about issues that impact productivity and provide solutions for different production environments," he added.
London Litho President Eric London, noting that the seminar series reinforces his company’s role as the foremost value-added systems integrator for the graphic arts industry, commented: "Fully optimized CTP is a challenge facing many of our customers. Our technical expertise in this area, together with the outstanding products of the manufacturers we represent, can confront those challenges and help customers transition to CTP without compromising quality or profitability."
Detailed information regarding the seminars is available from any London Litho office and at www.londonlitho.com.
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