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Harper donates anilox rolls to Canadian institute

June 22, 2009

The ICGQ offers services to help print companies meet technological challenges.

Anilox supplier Harper Corporation of America has donated a selection of anilox rolls to the Québec Institute of Graphic Communications (ICGQ) in Canada. Canflexographics Ltd., the Canadian distributor of Harper’s anilox roll and equipment line, presented the gift on behalf of Harper.

The ICGQ is a Québec based educational institution that offers a range of specialized services to assist companies with meeting the many technological and personnel challenges that face the printing industry today. As part of its mission, the ICGQ works to identify and troubleshoot potential challenges that the industry may face in coming years.

In addition, the institute operates a fully integrated print shop, from prepress to finishing with a range of web, sheetfed, flexographic and digital presses. Expertise and facilities include computer graphics, ink, ink-paper interaction, colorimetry and image-analysis laboratories equipped with the latest generation technology.

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