Ann Arbor, Michigan – Xitron, the prepress industry's leading independent developer and integrator of prepress workflow and pressroom software and CST GmbH, a recognized leader in specialized screen printing systems for the screen printing market conducted technical training at the CST manufacturing facility in Krefeld, Germany as a part of CST's ongoing commitment to ISO 9000:2000 certification.
CST sells the Xitron Navigator RIP in conjunction with their line of DLE screen engravers. The Navigator RIP is based on the Harlequin RIP core technology and provides users a high-performance, high-quality RIP for a variety of printing related applications.
"Xitron is delighted to have CST as one of our partners," stated Mark Eisenschenk, Xitron's President and CEO. "CST's commitment to quality goes hand-in-hand with Xitron's dedication in providing high-quality, high-performance solutions to a wide array of markets including screen printing."
CST is pleased with the success and sales volumes that the Navigator RIP has already generated and their customers are delighted with the ease of installation. With the additional fully trained engineers, CST is very confident of supporting an ever increasing customer base across the world.
Oliver Leven, Sales Director at CST worked with Sue Wood, Dealer Sales Manager at VGI Europe, Xitron's European sales branch, to bring this training to the CST offices said "working with VGI in organizing this course has been very important to us and forms part of our strategy for the future. Again the bridge to our supplier is closer than before and assures best support to our existing and future customers. Our support team is now more confident to answer our customers' questions in detail or to get work in conjunction with excellent the product support team of VGI Europe and Xitron for more in depth information, if required."
The training course highlighted the simplicity and service friendliness of the Navigator RIP and allows the engineers to gain the confidence, skills and ability to service and maintain the software. The Navigator RIP is often noted on its ease of use and serviceability by users and dealers.
Xitron RIPs and workflow solutions drive more than 250 different output devices ranging from black and white and color proofers to film imagesetters and the latest in CtP and direct-to-press systems. With shipments of more than 20,000 RIPs, Xitron is the largest independent provider of RIPs in the market. For more information about Xitron products, visit Xitron on the web at www.xitron.com. For more information about CST GmbH, visit www.c-s-t.de.