Norwalk, Connecticut, USA – The Salt Lake City Division of xpedx recently presented Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG) with its PAR (Performance Achievement Recognition) Award of Excellence in the Graphic Arts category. The award recognizes outstanding performance by a supplier partner, as voted on by xpedx sales representatives. The Salt Lake City Division of xpedx includes Utah and southern Idaho.
"KPG is one of our most effective, reliable partners in helping us best serve our graphic arts customers, as exemplified by this award," said Gil Jarvie, Business Unit Manager, Print Segment Group, xpedx. "As a Digital Advantage Dealer, we look forward to continuing to rely on KPG’s products and expertise to best serve our graphic arts customers."
KPG account manager Dave Stermer was cited for his support of xpedx’s current graphic arts customers, as well as his role in acquiring new business. Stermer led KPG’s collaborative effort with xpedx to win a major account, Paragon Press, a high-end commercial printer in Salt Lake City. KPG assisted Paragon’s conversion from conventional to computer-to-plate printing. Paragon uses KPG’s Thermal Printing Plate/830, along with the Kodak Approval XP4 Digital Halftone Proofer with Brisque Interface.
About Kodak Polychrome Graphics
Kodak Polychrome Graphics provides one of the broadest portfolios of digital, conventional and business solutions available in the graphic arts industry today. Products and services include a wide range of computer-to-plate and conventional lithographic plate products, digital halftone, inkjet, and analog proofing products, digital printing applications, color workflow tools, consulting services and Kodak branded graphic arts films. With headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA, KPG serves customers around the globe with regional offices in the United States, Europe, Japan, Asia Pacific and Latin America. Additional information regarding Kodak Polychrome Graphics may be found on the company's website: www.kpgraphics.com.
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