Selwood Printing Wins British Book Production Award Using The Nexpress 2100
Press release from the issuing company
ROCHESTER, N.Y., HEIDELBERG – Selwood Printing, a print provider in the U.K., has received an award for the print quality of a book it produced digitally, using the NexPress 2100 digital production color press.
Recognized at the recent British Book Design and Production awards, the award-winning book features images of paintings done by renowned international artist Sannie Drew. It was produced by Selwood Printing, the digital printing arm of Butler & Tanner Ltd., one of the largest print-communications companies in the U.K.
According to organizers of the awards, the book was judged according to traditional standards of color design and production. A panel of three distinguished judges from the U.K. publishing industry selected winners from a total of 400 books submitted across ten categories, including digital, educational, color illustrated and trade.
“We’re very proud that Selwood Printing won this award for a book produced on the NexPress 2100 system,” said Paul Willems, Director, European Sales and Marketing, NexPress GmbH. “The award is another example of the outstanding quality and color consistency delivered by the NexPress 2100 press technology – and the unique ways print providers are employing the system for new business opportunities.”
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