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FLEXO Magazine : May 2011
FTA TODAY consumables and software and automated packaging systems for direct-to-consumer mail order operations. The packaging divi- sion also designs, builds and integrates automated systems and robotics for mail order and central-fill pharmacies. “ We have continually modernized to meet market demands while at the same time maintaining quality and innovation, which is essential,” says Berkley. Tension has also incorporated Lean Sigma into its manufac- turing, administrative and sales processes to streamline its systems and operations. Environmental stewardship is another area of Tension leadership, and among com- panies involved in printing and paper use, Tension has been on the forefront of sustain- ability. Tension has pioneered the use of safe inks, recycled papers and other eco-friendly options for its line of eco products. Conserva- tion is key to all operations, and the company has instituted award-winning programs to reduce, reuse and recycle manufacturing materials and production wastes. In addi- tion, Tension has achieved certification for its paper products by the major organizations devoted to responsible forestry practices. Tension has been recognized by Flexo- graphic Technical Association (FTA) for its printing excellence, having won numerous awards in the FTA annual competitions (select winners pictured). The firm has been an active member of FTA for more than two decades. Lon Robinson III, director of tech- nology, currently sits on the FTA and FFTA Boards in addition to serving as a FIRST Committee Chair. n www.flexography.org mAY 2011 FLEXO 109
Sustainable Spring 2011