Reynolds DeWalt Corporation Earns G7 Master Printer Status
Press release from the issuing company
NEW BEDFORD, MA--(December 9, 2008) - Reynolds DeWalt Corporation, a leader in cross-media communications, has received G7 Master Printer status from the International Digital Enterprise Alliance (IDEAlliance), the global leader in developing, educating, and validating best practices in media, publishing, and information technology. Reynolds DeWalt is one of just 300 companies worldwide -- and the only one in Southeastern Massachusetts -- to achieve the distinction.
G7 Master status identifies printing companies, prepress service providers, and agencies that have been trained to use the G7 Proof-to-Print Process, a calibration method that allows printers to reliably achieve a close visual match from proof to press. Earning the qualification signifies that a company uses the most modern technology and techniques required to ensure color fidelity throughout the printing process.
"Achieving G7 Master status only affirms our dedication and desire to follow the highest standards of the printing process to ensure the highest quality product for our clients," said Peter DeWalt, president of Reynolds DeWalt. "We commend our employees who pride themselves on their uncompromised collaboration, unrivaled innovation, and reckless imagination. With our new G7 certification, Reynolds DeWalt hopes to serve its current and potential clients more successfully."
"Through implementing G7 standards, Reynolds DeWalt will offer clients a much more accurate representation of color from the proof through production stages and will deliver consistency from production run to production run and from facility to facility," added Scott Dubois, Vice President of Cross-Media Services & Marketing.
Reynolds DeWalt's achievement of the G7 Master status followed three weeks of intensive review by a G7 expert consultant, who measured and tested the company's presses and evaluated their proofing system against known G7 standards. To maintain their G7 Master status, Reynolds DeWalt will undergo a yearly re-qualification.
Reynolds DeWalt is a leader in cross-media communications with services that include brand development, business communication and collateral, interactive media, and multi-channel campaigns. It is able to deploy its services across geographical boundaries and time zones while assuring close coordination with clients throughout the entire process. Family owned and operated since 1948, Reynolds DeWalt provides a refreshing alternative, combining a history of innovation with a commitment to personal service and relationships.
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