JFM Secures Esko ‘Best in Class’ Certification for Flexo Plates
Mark McKee, managing director at JFM, said the certification enables the business to promote an extra level of quality assurance to customers, providing reassurance of best practice in production processes as well as communicating the consistent quality of final print.
“As we have built the success of our business on the quality of our products, it is important to us that we demonstrate that we are at the forefront of using the best technology available to deliver consistently highest quality plates to our customers,” said McKee.
“Having invested in Esko CDI Crystal plate imager and XPS Crystal exposure units, we wanted to ensure we took advantage of the state-of-the-art technology to deliver the best plates, which in turn deliver the best print results,” he said. “Achieving this accreditation is the latest step in our continued growth and is testament to the excellent work of the flexo team. It is an honor to be among the first in the UK to be recognized with this certification for producing plates of such a high standard.”
James Mason, Regional Business Director with Esko, commented: “We have worked with Mark and the team at JFM for a number of years, so it is only fitting that they were among the first in the UK to achieve certification. JFM has a strong reputation for using the latest technology and techniques to deliver the best quality products and service to their customers, and we are delighted that they have embraced Esko technology in their flexo production.
“The XPS Crystal Program was developed to recognize those businesses that consistently produce premium flexo plates, which lead to superior flexographic print quality,” added Mason. “This certification underlines the superb performance of the JFM team, recognizing their dedication, professionalism and commitment to producing excellence in flexographic plates.”
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