VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA -- June 8, 2004 -- Creo announces the appointment of Proveedora Flexográfica, S.A. to sell and service Creo solutions within the flexographic market in Mexico. Proveedora Flexográfica will represent Creo prepress systems including the Prinergy Powerpack prepress workflow, the ThermoFlex family of flexographic computer-to-plate imaging systems, as well as scanners and proofers, to meet the needs of flexographic trade shops, printers and converters. From its head office in Monterrey, N.L., and distribution centers in Mexico City, D.F., and Guadalajara, Jalisco, Proveedora Flexográfica will serve flexographic printers and converters across Mexico.
Angel Mena, director, Creo Latin America, said, "With 25 years in the graphic arts industry, Proveedora Flexográfica's wealth of experience and market knowledge will allow our customers to expand their product offering and compete in the growing global market."
"With Creo's ThermoFlex equipment and DuPont's Cyrel digital plates, Proveedora Flexográfica will be able to offer customers the ultimate technology in flexographic printing. Through this new alliance with Creo we signal our commitment to provide flexo printers and converters in Mexico with solutions that will improve their print quality and deliver higher levels of productivity," stated Santiago Cantu, principal, Proveedora Flexográfica. "We are proud to lead the flexographic market in Mexico by representing Creo solutions."
The collaboration between Creo and Proveedora Flexográfica began on April 1, 2004. Representatives from both companies are attending the Latin American Label Summit in Mexico City from June 8-9, 2004.
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