Graphique Innovachon installs first Glunz & Jensen iCtP System in Canada
Press release from the issuing company
November 6, 2007 - Innovachon has recently install their first CTP at "Imprimerie Legros et Fils" in Lachine, QC. The all new "PlateWriter 4200TM" is made by Glunz & Jensen of Denmark and distributed by Graphique Innovachon. This first installation is "a brand new initiative" said Mr. Michel Vachon, President of Innovachon.
For Innovachon, this iCtP unit represents an innovative and forward-looking concept. The new PlateWriter 4200 sells below $60,000 and is made for presses up to 26 inches X 36 inches, and can output metal plates with runs up to 50,000 impressions. The technology is process-less. For the Legros brothers, after three months of usage, their experience concludes: "Superior quality, time saving, therefore, more effective and more competitive" said the two brothers, Robert and André. "We can also offer Stochastic screening"
Mr. Vachon said that, "In taking this direction, "Graphique Innovachon" wants to expand as a printing equipment and products distributor in eastern Canada. We want to elevate ourselves to the ranks of leaders in the industry and with this CTP; we have given ourselves the means to proudly meet the challenges ahead".
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