The events will give printers a chance to see and experience the 26H Fully Automated CTP Package for themselves.
NORTH ANDOVER, MA – CRON-ECRM will sponsor the “Swap Your Box” Open House events in Atlanta, GA on July 26; and in Cleveland, OH on August 9. With a high percentage of outdated CTP still in use, this multi-city Open House event will allow small to mid-sized commercial printers the opportunity to see the new CRON-ECRM 26H Fully Automated CTP Package. Printers who are interested in learning more about registering for the event can go to: http://bit.ly/SwapYourBox.
At the open house events, attendees will be able to learn more in-depth information about this bundle that includes:
- The CRON CTP Model 26His a 26-inch, fully automatic platesetter that is the most compact and eco-friendly solution on the market today.
- The Blackwood Emerald UV Low Chemistry Plates are designed to not only streamline the production process, but they also reduce costs and support a higher level of environmental responsibility.
- The WPT70 Wash-Out Unit is the perfect complement to round out the package, using non-toxic and non-corrosive, phosphate-free and low-alkaline developing solution that is similar in composition to laundry powder.
“This bundle is the perfect solution for every small commercial printer doing business in the United States today,” said Scot Gilbert, President, Paper Handling Solutions, the CRON-ECRM distributer who will be hosting the Atlanta event. “These Open House events will be a chance for us to put our proverbial money where our mouth is, and demonstrate the real value these products provide. We can’t wait to show them off, and we invite everyone to stop by and experience these products for themselves.”
“This solution is the entire package,” said Chris Manley, President of Graphco, which will host the Cleveland event. “Commercial offset printers looking to upgrade and streamline their CTP systems can get one solution that is designed to work together seamlessly. Any printer looking to increase efficiency and profits from their offset workflows should absolutely stop by one of these events to see the 26H lineup in action.”