Kodak Brings Solutions to Help Deliver Accurate Brand Colors to Package Design 07 Conference
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Jan. 25— At the upcoming Package Design 07 Conference, Kodak will show package designers and brand owners how a combination of workflow, thermal computer to plate, and digital proofing solutions can help ensure consistent, accurate brand colors and packaging.
Co produced by Packaging Strategies and Package Design Magazine, the Package Design 07 Conference takes place Jan. 30–Feb. 1 at the International Plaza Resort & Spa in Orlando, Fla. In addition to exhibiting, Kodak serves as a sponsor of the three-day conference.
“We’re going to the Package Design Conference to talk with brand owners and package designers about how KODAK solutions can help them deliver high impact packaging and accurate brand colors across print processes and across geography,” said Vic Stalam, General Manager, Packaging, Kodak’s Graphic Communications Group.
Kodak package printing experts will be available to discuss the company’s full portfolio of solutions for the marketplace, including the KODAK PRINERGY POWERPACK Workflow System, the KODAK VERIS Digital Proofer, KODAK INSITE Software and KODAK MATCHPRINT Virtual Software. To illustrate how the KODAK APPROVAL NX Digital Color Imaging System can bring packaging concepts to life, Kodak will display an array of proof samples on a variety of substrates.
KODAK products are backed by KODAK Service and Support. KODAK Service and Support includes more than 3,000 professionals in 120 countries. These professionals are fully qualified to help customers control costs, maximize productivity, and minimize business risk.
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