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Harper Corp. Donates Anilox Rolls to Quebec Institute

June 18, 2009
Charlotte, N.C.—Global anilox supplier Harper Corporation of America is well known for its generosity to flexographic education endeavors, and its dedication to creating and maintaining a trained flexo workforce.

To that end, Harper Corporation recently allocated a donation of anilox rolls to the Québec Institute of Graphic Communications (ICGQ). Canflexographics Ltd., the exclusive Canadian distributor of Harper’s anilox roll and equipment line, presented the gift on behalf of Harper Corporation.

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 pre-press to finishing, with a range of web, sheet-fed, 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.

To learn more about these organizations, please visit Harper Corporation of America at www.harperimage.com, Canflexographics Ltd. at www.canflexo.com, or the Québec Institute of Graphic Communications at www.icgq.qc.ca.
 

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