MILLER GRAPHICS PRINTS AWARD-WINNING PACKAGING WITH KODAK TECHNOLOGY

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Repro house Miller Graphics and its printing-house clients, Gascogne Laminates, Sleever International, Palamy, SAC Emballage and BRJ Emballage have scooped coveted industry awards for creating top-quality packaging print using KODAK FLEXCEL Plate Technology.

Miller Graphics is helping its customers to improve the quality of their packaging after adopting KODAK FLEXCEL Direct and KODAK FLEXCEL NX Plate technologies. The repro house works in close collaboration with its customers, and together they are producing award-winning packaging – last year they walked  away with seven Flexostar awards. 

Since using KODAK FLEXCEL Plate technology, Miller Graphics has received very positive feedback from its customers, after they were able to improve quality, reduce waste and increase productivity.

The FLEXCEL Direct System offers solvent-free production systems for sleeves and plates. The system eliminates a number of time-consuming and costly stages involving UV exposure and chemical processing.

The FLEXCEL NX System is a complete solution for flexo plate production that delivers outstanding print quality and stability, and reduced make-ready times on press. It enables printing at high line screens and high solid ink densities, consistently producing remarkable results that rival gravure printing. 

The Flexostar awards are organised annually in December by ATF Flexo (Association Technique Française de la Flexographie), and recognise the finest flexographic printing work in the various packaging sectors: paperboard, paper, films and labels.

Miller Graphics’ award-winning work featured on packaging for St Môret cheese spread and Président organic butter for the Gascogne Laminates Jarnac plant, which is now LYSIPACK SAS; Bic lighters for Sleever International; Breton-style Scallops for Palamy; Red Cap for SAC Emballage; and Oursons fourrés biscuits for BRJ Emballage.

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