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Harper donates anilox rolls to Clemson

September 25, 2012

The rolls, valued at $16,000, are for the Sonoco Institute's Omet VaryFlex 520 press.

Global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America has provided a donation of $16,000 worth of anilox rolls to Clemson University’s Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics. These rolls, which are for the Omet VaryFlex 520 press, will assist the educational facility in providing quality training to future flexographic professionals. With this donation the students will be better equipped to conduct high definition printing and specialty ink applications.

Located in Clemson, SC, USA, the Sonoco Institute offers courses in packaging science and graphic communications. The organization aims to provide the skills and knowledge that flexographic professionals need to excel in the 21st century. A one-of-a-kind research and development center, the Sonoco Institute plays a key role in pushing the technology of the flexographic industry forward.

Harper Corporation of America is grateful for this opportunity to contribute to the education of industry professionals. A company founded on innovation and quality, Harper believes that students should train with the best resources possible in an effort to provide them with the skill set that will be required in the working world. Through this donation, Harper Corporation of America demonstrates its dedication to education and its commitment to helping the flexographic community thrive.

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