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Gallus Screeny now with seal of quality

January 22, 2013

The 'Genuine Plates' seal guarantees that users will find what they ordered inside the packaging.

Gallus has redeisgned the packaging of all its Gallus Screeny products. The process has  involved revising the label function while introducing the new “Genuine Plates” seal of quality. This seal of quality guarantees that users will find what they ordered inside the packaging – an original screen from Gallus.

According to the company, “Genuine Plates” is a guarantee of the properties and company values that users expect of an original product and the manufacturer of such a product – "top quality, peace of mind, performance, reliability, responsibility and technological progress." Gallus Screeny Genuine Plates are ideal for combination printing.

Gallus Screeny Genuine Plates are designed to enable users to get the most out of their press, with fast setup, minimal setup waste and maximum screen printing speeds. A holistic, integrated
approach combining flexographic, offset and screen printing is adopted right from the design
stage. As a system supplier, Gallus also takes its promise of reliability seriously. Its portfolio
ranges from coordinated technical solutions to comprehensive support from a team of specialists.

The new Gallus seal of quality “Genuine Plates” is what the company says is a simple distinguishing feature that means customers can always be sure they really are using an original Gallus screen printing fabric – with all the above-mentioned benefits.

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