Indigo Announces Plans for Graphics of the America
Press release from the issuing company
Indigo will be exhibiting a range of its most popular Digital Offset Color presses at the Graphics of the Americas exhibition, (Booth # 311), to be held at the Miami Convention Center, Florida, from February 1- 3, 2002.
On display will be the newly launched Platinum Digital Offset Color press with Image Tracking Technology which achieves very high image quality and functionality at a very competitive price. Also on exhibit will be the best selling UltraStream 2000 high-quality, high-volume press for mainstream commercial printing, and the Omnius WebStream 50 for short run label printing.
Visitors to the Indigo stand will be able to see live demonstrations of the digital technology that is shaping the industry. With the emphasis on providing a totally interactive experience, visitors will also be able to view variable data printing as well as fifth and sixth color applications for matching corporate colors. Live personalization applications using Indigo’s Swift Native Accelerated Personalization software (SNAP) will demonstrate the speed and ease at which personalized documents can be reproduced.
Andy Middleton, General Manager, Worldwide Distributor Channels, states, "The presses to be exhibited at Graphics of the Americas prove the superiority of Indigo’s most advanced digital technology in terms of color, quality and substrate flexibility. With the presence of many of our distributors on the stand, along with our informative and exciting live presentations, visitors will able to experience for themselves the leading edge digital solutions Indigo has to offer."
"GOA is traditionally an important event for Indigo’s Latin American operations," comments Jack Strimber, Indigo Sales Director. "Our Latin American operations have seen fantastic growth over the past two years and our targets for the region in 2002 are very aggressive. We have very high expectations from this show."
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