Opus Group Press Profiling Expertise Featured at Recent GATF Conference
Press release from the issuing company
Lincolnwood, Illinois, January 20, 2003—The press profiling expertise of The Opus Group, a subsidiary of London Litho which provides services to the graphic arts, communications, packaging, and printing industries, was featured at the early-December GATF Color Management Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. The Opus Group is known throughout the Midwest for its ability to integrate complex prepress and pressroom solutions that are vital to the printing industry. At the meeting, Opus Group Director Jay Hanrahan discussed the procedure by which multiple presses can be matched, and how compliance to industry specifications such as SWOP and GRACoL can be ensured.
In discussing the meeting, Hanrahan said: “The opportunity to demonstrate our capabilities at a Graphic Arts Technical Foundation conference is significant testimony to the success of our consulting program. No other graphic arts dealer group was represented on the podium at the meeting.”
London Litho is the foremost reseller and integrator of imaging systems, prepress and pressroom consumables, and value-added services to the printing, packaging, converting, and graphic design industries. A privately held company headquartered in Illinois, London Litho operates branch facilities in Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, The Opus Group, the company assists publishers, graphic designers, and print producers who demand the most effective use of color in print and related communications. For more information about London Litho, log on to www.londonlitho.com, or call 847-679-4600.
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