25 January 2016
Pazazz installs an iGen 5 press
MONTREAL—Pazazz Printing has installed a Xerox iGen press equipped with both the optional extended colour gamut and the optional capability to print on thick stock. The press will help Pazazz—Canada’s first Pantone certified printer—with its short run packaging, and help enhance its colour quality.

From left, Denis Beauchamp, general manager, and Warren Werbitt, founder and fisherman, Pazazz Printing

“The first time I compared an image printed on the iGen 5 with four colors to the same image printed with five, I almost lost my marbles,” founder Warren Werbitt said. “The fifth color made it just so much more vibrant.”

Pazazz Printing provides integrated, cross-media marketing solutions, UV offset printing on presses as wide as 56”, digital printing, wide format printing, labels and packaging. Founded in 1992, Pazazz has almost 100 employees and annual revenues of more than $15 million. 
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