Strategic Content Imaging Upgrades to Latest Xeikon Technology
Press release from the issuing company
Itasca, IL, December 08, 2008 – Xeikon, a division of Punch Graphix, today announced that Strategic Content Imaging, Inc. (SCI) has purchased and recently installed a Xeikon 8000. The new digital press is an addition to SCI's Xeikon 6000 press.
"Since implementing our first Xeikon digital color press, we saw immediate improvement in our on-demand delivery of data and graphics to our expanding customer database," said Burt Scherman, President of SCI. "Choosing Xeikon to improve our business was an easy decision. The addition of the Xeikon 8000 opens up new application opportunities for us, which give us an impressive advantage over our competitors."
The Xeikon 8000 was unveiled earlier this year at drupa and plays in a league of its own. The digital press boasts an astonishing image quality of 1200 dpi at 4 bits per spot and a speed of 244 letter-size pages per minute. Its state-of-the-art technology has been developed to optimize print productivity and to provide fast, cost-effective, and eco-friendly printing without compromising on quality. The Xeikon 8000 comes with the latest generation of Xeikon's unique X-800 digital front-end and Productivity Adapted (PA) toner technology. The X-800 digital front-end is intuitive, modular and based on open standards. It enables the implementation of fully automated workflows in any production environment.
"Companies depend on Xeikon's technology to propel their business to new heights, especially during uncertain economic times," said Michael Ring, VP of Sales and Chief Marketing Officer of Xeikon's North American operations. "SCI's commitment to exceed the expectations of its customers is matched by Xeikon's dedication to provide tools for long-term success of the print community. We're thrilled to be a part of SCI's continued success and growth."
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