20 October 2015
Montreal's Pazazz Printing is now a PANTONE certified printer
MONTREAL—Pazazz Printing is the first Canadian printer to achieve PANTONE certified printer status. The announcement of this achievement comes from X-Rite Incorporated, a global provider of colour science and technology and its subsidiary PANTONE LLC.

The PANTONE certified printer program analyzes all aspects of a commercial printers colour operation, including preflight, file preparation and proofing, ink formulation and mixing, and process control in the pressroom. The certification means Pazazz can provide its customers with the highest colour standards on every print job.

“As the first printer in Canada to achieve PANTONE Certified Printer status, Pazazz underwent a rigorous certification process to confirm its ability to match PANTONE colors using both CMYK and spot colors,” Murphy Keeley, vice president of marketing and services, X-Rite, said. “Pazazz demonstrated its mastery of the latest in color communication and control tools – including a CxF color exchange workflow and PantoneLIVE – and standard procedures across its entire operation to ensure consistent results. Pazazz has proven it can provide its most colour-conscious customers with the most consistent, reliable performance – job after job, day after day, with no exceptions.”

Pazazz, in operation since 1992, specializes in offset printing up to 56”, digital printing, labels, packaging and wide format. The company is also a certified G7 Master Printer, FSC certified and promotes UV inks that are VOC-free.
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