Printron’s team takes a personalized approach to delivering quality packaging products and services.
For nearly 60 years, Printron has earned a reputation for having a unique work culture that promotes innovation. The company achieves this by creating an open and collaborative environment for its employees, stimulating new ideas and pushing limitations.
The team at Printron continuously improves its craft to match the current market trends and industry demands. This, added to the company’s years of experience, enables them to empower clients with what is required for their brand’s success. Each staff member takes a personalized approach to each project, and offers prompt and friendly service.
The company offers graphic solutions to its clients, including brand owners and printing companies. These services are fully integrated, and support both the primary packaging that holds precious products as well as the secondary packaging that carries brands home.
Printron’s CRO Michael Shannon noted, “Since 1963, we have been helping our clients produce award-winning packaging on time and right the first time. All our work is produced here in the USA by seasoned professionals who have an average of 16 years experience.”
Printron produces industry-standard “production ready” artwork optimized for prepress. This is achieved by artworkers refining a design master to a First In Series (FIS) artwork using brand guidelines. Once complete, the FIS artworks are then extended to Next In Series (NIS) artworks for brand range roll-outs.
Printron is perhaps most known for their deep technical prowess around color and prepress services. The company likes to think of themselves as image engineers, with various Idealliance certifications including G7 Proof-to-Print Master Status, G7 Expert Status, and CMP (Color Management Professional).
Another core service is the state-of-the-art production of flexographic printing plates for the flexible packaging and corrugated markets. Services include High Resolution HD Plates, featuring Optics 80v2, Pixel+, MicroPlating, Digital Quantum Plates (Flat Memory Dot with a foam cushion backing), Digital FMD Plates (Flat Memory Dot), Liquid Mask Plates, Liquid Plates, and Plate Mounting.
Printron also creates custom cutting dies, in support of retail-ready packaging. The service can accommodate a wide variety of substrates and machine capabilities. Printron works with their clients to select the best materials to optimize the die cutting process. Products include Rotary Cutting Dies: Posilock and Serrapid System, Soft Anvil Rotary Die, Laser Cut Rotary Diameter Sizes 7″-26″, and Flat Cutting Dies: Bobst Centerline System, Baysek/Onecut Vacuum Dies, and Platen Dies.
One of their newest services is production of 3D renderings for pack shots, which synchronize the physical shelf (traditional brick & mortar retail store) with the digital shelf or eCommerce consumer channels. By using the same files used to produce printed packaging, the company provides a semi-automated solution, which is both faster and more cost effective.
Finally, Printron has partnered with ManageArtworks as a value-added-reseller (VAR) of their integrated artwork management and digital asset management (DAM) platform. This system provides project management for brand owners who need an integrated solution to connect their cross-functional teams to manage the packaging commercialization process. The company also provides workflow-consulting services.
Contact the team by calling (920) 725-3077 to speak to a representative. Visit the company’s website to follow Printron services. Their office is located at 955 Breezewood Lane, Neenah, WI, 54957, US.
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