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FLEXO Magazine : September 2012
Plants & Processes Nimble & Flexible alain Paquette, President: “training remains our top Priority” FLEXO: Can you begin by assessing the state-of-the-industry as it exists today? What are its top priorities and challenges? Is growth, both in volume and dollar sales likely this year and into the future? PAQUETTE: The industry is fast changing as new technol- ogy and product improvements are influencing the market. Custom- ers require higher resolution and faster turnarounds requiring com- panies to adapt to the changing climate. Adaptation and training of staff members remains our top priority. Artcraft is forecasting growth in both volume and dollar sales, as it is currently investing in new technology and taking quality to HD level. At Artcraft, we have a fully functional prepress department and digital capabilities in place that will help the company to grow. ARTCRAFT LABEL, BURLINGTON, ONTARIO, CANADA • Founded in 1977, now 35-years old • Pioneered plate distortion techniques • Standing promise: quality at competitive price • Innovation is a tradition • Employs highly skilled workforce that is committed to excellence • Recently marked milestone: 1st anniversary as FTA member alain Paquette, president, artcraft label. 62 FLEXO sePtember 2012 www.flexography.org artcraFt LabEL FTA MEMBERSHIP PORTRAIT: artcraft label pressroom floor.