RP Graphics Chose Speed and Quality: Inca Spyder 320
Press release from the issuing company
TORONTO – May 24, 2007 -- After years of out-sourcing large format display graphics jobs, RP Graphics decided it was time to bring them in-house. RP Graphics chose Inca Spyder 320 from Fujifilm for its speed and its ability to print on any substrates. “The demand for display graphics jobs is increasing day by day. We felt bringing them in-house would fit our business model, and we also believed Spyder 320 would also complement our other high quality equipment”, said George Mazzafero, president of RP Graphics. RP’s Spyder has been busy, and RP Graphics’ production room is already full of large signage jobs.
Fujifilm Canada is Canada’s leading single source for integrated pre-press to press room solutions, offering seamless end-to-end services, products, and support. This includes electronic pre-press equipment, digital workflow solutions, computer-to-plate technologies, digital colour presses, large format digital output devices and supplies. Fujifilm Canada has offices across Canada.
RP Graphics Group has been in business for over 40 years and currently employs 65 people. Over those years RP Graphics has become a comprehensive provider of print and documents with specialization in commercial printing and digital printing, and most recently 1:1 marketing and Internet based solutions. RP Graphics has always been on top of the rapid technological changes in the industry to maintain its leadership position in the market.
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