23 April 2013
Lindsay Paper Box adds Heidelberg CTP device
LINDSAY, ON—With an eye towards eco-friendliness, The Lindsay Paper Box Co. has upgraded its pre-press department with a new Heidelberg Suprasetter CTP machine.

According to Lindsay Paper Box, the device's printing plate production process is free of harmful chemicals. The company has also adopted the use of Saphira Bio ink, an EcoLogo-certified product.

The Lindsay Paper Box Company was founded in 1951, and produces folding cartons, blister and skin packaging.


From left: Co-owner Greg Fierheller, Heidelberg Canada president Richard Armstrong, and co-owner Tim Raven pose in front of the machine with a certificate for Saphira Bio Ink's green credentials


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