Fujifilm Provides Sharper and More Precise Images for Alchemy
Press release from the issuing company
TORONTO – July 16, 2007 -- Fujifilm Canada is pleased to announce Ontario’s first installation of the Fujifilm Acuity HD 2504 at Alchemy Technology Inc., a Richmond Hill based display graphics service provider. When asked for the reasons they chose Acuity, David Wong of Alchemy said “we always want to be ahead of our competitors by being unique. Sharp, precise images only the Acuity is able to output was a perfect uniqueness we could offer to our customers, especially our new target market, interior design and architects offices”. He also remarked that Fujifilm’s proven commitment to the display graphics market and backed by Canada's largest Technical and Professional services group convinced him that Fujifilm was the brand he could trust.
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.
Alchemy Technology Inc. has been providing full colour digital printing service in the GTA since 1994. From the beginning, Alchemy has stayed on the leading edge when it comes to their printing and finishing equipment. Alchemy produces a wide array of display graphics including posters, vinyl banners, static clings for windows, backlit film displays, to name a few, for advertising and marketing agencies, interior designers, photographers, etc.
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