CGS Publishing Technologies Demonstrates Color Proofing and Workflow Technology for Packaging Industry at InfoFlex Exhibition in Montréal
Press release from the issuing company
MINNEAPOLIS, May 7, 2007 – CGS Publishing Technologies International with its ORIS brand, the global leader of color management solutions, digital proofing systems and specially-formulated media, announced today it will showcase its color proofing and workflow technology for the packaging industry at the InfoFlex Exhibition, Montréal, May 7-8, 2007. Focused on the flexographic printing and in-line converting industry, the event is sponsored by the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA) and is expected to bring in nearly 2,000 international attendees.
“The packaging industry is an exciting market for us,” said Trevor Haworth, CGS Publishing Technologies’ president and CEO. “InfoFlex is an excellent venue to demonstrate the value we bring to the packaging marketplace with our solutions, such as ORIS Color Tuner and ORIS ScreenDot Plus. Our customers are experiencing measurable results with the ORIS product line as we help them achieve the highest level of quality and color consistency, while significantly decreasing their cost-per-proof and lowering labor costs.”
Color Tuner is a complete proofing system combining automation, color management, high-speed output and proofing-specific ink and paper. Winner of the GATF InterTech Award, Color Tuner was the first system of its kind to be SWOP- and FOGRA-certified as well as PPA-accredited.
Color Tuner provides fast, accurate and continuous tone proofing, but for proofing half tone dots, ORIS ScreenDot Plus is the answer. ScreenDot Plus automatically applies ORIS’ award-winning color management to screened 1-bit TIFF files from your RIP, and outputs a screened proof to an inkjet device, exactly reproducing the original halftone information.
CGS will demonstrate ORIS Color Tuner, ORIS ScreenDot Plus and its complete proofing system for the packaging industry at the InfoFlex Exhibition, booth 803.
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