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H&N Printing & Graphics, Inc. Achieves G7 Master Printer Status

Press release from the issuing company

Maryland Commercial Printer Showcases its Commitment to Client Satisfaction

Timonium, MD, – H&N Printing & Graphics, Inc., a Consolidated Graphics, Inc. company, with capabilities including digital printing, offset printing and packaging, announced today it has achieved G7 Master Printer status through IDEAlliance, the non-profit industry organization that develops, educates, and validates best practices in publishing and information technology.  H&N Printing & Graphics' G7 Master Printer designation highlights the company's commitment to quality, consistency and color management.

"At H&N we are always committed to bringing our clients the best possible product. Our status as a G7 Master Printer assures our customers that we are providing them with the most accurate color matching and highest quality printed products available," said Douglas Oberholzer, President of H&N Printing & Graphics.  "Through our G7 certification we have been able to increase our production efficiency through improved color consistency results and decreased paper waste, which reduces the impact on the environment."  

H&N Printing & Graphics has been trained to utilize the new G7 methodology and can produce a press sheet to GRACoL (General Requirements for Applications in Commercial Offset Lithography) targets within acceptable tolerances.  By achieving the status of a G7 Master Printer, H&N can reliably produce high-quality printing with a close visual appearance from proof to press, as well as from press to press. As a G7 Master Printer, the company will go through a yearly requalification audit to ensure it maintains IDEAlliance calibration and process standards.

Including H&N Printing & Graphics, 47 Consolidated Graphics companies hold the G7 Master Printer status, giving the company the distinction of having the most certified printers in the world. 

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