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FLEXO Magazine : October 2012
Plants & Processes An Inside Look a Flexographic Prepress Provider 2013 By Matt Williams Bold statements, bright colors, and daring designs... ” (FLEXO Jan. 2011) were among the trends predicted to attract consumers to packaged goods, and thus affect the packaging development supply chain more than ever coming out of the recession. The article went on to mention steady growth during this time in flexographic printing to be dependent on “innovative products, new technology, new markets, and meeting the ever-changing needs of the customer.” Fast-forward almost 24 months: Welcome to 2013, as a prepress graphics and platemaking provider to the flexo- graphic industry. Simply put, these points of emphasis have become a reality with customers. The emphasis on each has become clear through case studies and the payoff for preparation DIXIE GRAPHICS, NASHVILLE, TN • Estabilished in 1903, now 109-years-old • Specializes in flexographic and dry offset printing plates, hot stamping and embossing dies, color separations, artwork, proofing, and film preparation • Maintains a strict commitment to remain environmentally and safety conscious • Diversified, prepress trade shop with a 60,000 -sq. ft. facility • Active and engaged FTA member for more than 43 years, 1969-2012 “ 80 FLEXO octoBer 2012 www.flexography.org FTA MEMBERSHIP PROFILE: