“The judges were impressed with the plate engineering and reduction of process steps,” says Jim Workman, vice president of PIA’s Center for Technology and Research. “Most importantly, it results in more appealing graphics since image distortion from corrugated flutes is reduced.”
“We are incredibly honored by this recognition from the PIA. Our development team continues to focus heavily on innovative new plate technologies and this type of acknowledgement helps show the progress that we’ve made,” states Ryan Vest, global director of innovation.
Since 1978, the InterTech Technology Awards have honored technologies predicted to shape the future of print and graphics communications. Past honorees have introduced entirely new products and services that have revolutionized ways of working and enabled printers to operate more efficiently. According to MacDermid, the company is excited to join this prestigious group of honorees and to create more disruptive innovations for the future of print.