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Harper donates anilox rolls to Argentinean foundation



Published April 25, 2006
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Harper Corporation of America, Charlotte, NC, USA, recently donated four Platinum XLT anilox rolls to Centro de Investigación Gráfica Juan Gutenberg (Johannes Gutenberg Graphic Research Centre), a nonprofit educational institution noted for its academic excellence in professional graphics education.
 
According to Juan Bermudez, Latin American sales manager for Harper, “We are very excited about donating these premium anilox rolls to the Johannes Gutenberg Graphic Research Centre. This demonstrates Harper’s commitment to flexo education in Latin America, and more specifically, in Argentina.”
 
The Gutenberg Centre opened its doors to the Argentinean printing industry in 1907. Located in Buenos Aires, the institution’s three main functions are to develop research projects focused on the improvement of graphic production processes, train professionals specialized in the graphic multimedia sector so that they may assist businesses, and help small and medium-sized businesses with services aimed at optimizing graphic processes.


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