Tension Corporation Incorporates SpotOn! Into Color Management Toolkit

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Tension Corporation Incorporates SpotOn! Into Color Management Toolkit

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Reproduced from All Printing Resources, Inc., eNewsletter, October 2013. Click here for link

Tension Corporation has deployed leading-edge technology that makes it possible to get optimum color reproduction and density information for any spot color 

As a leader in envelope and packaging and automation solutions, the ongoing mission for Tension Corporation is to continually and consistently live up to a longstanding and industry-renowned heritage of quality printing. As a family-owned and -operated business founded in 1886, this growing organization has expanded its presence in packaging and automation, as well as its increasing footprint in international operations. Today, Tension has grown to become the third-largest domestic envelope manufacturer, and holds more patents on products and processes than all of the other envelope manufacturers combined. 

With its long history of adapting and improving its printing processes to meet the demands and needs of its customers, Tension recently contracted All Printing Resources to train and deploy SpotOn! Flexo. This new technology adds capabilities to their pressroom operations that make it fast, easy and precise to get optimum color reproduction and density information for any spot color, including C,M,Y,K. This software solution is designed to be easily integrated into any pre-press operation.

"Our clients demand exact color matching," says Karen Loggia, Director of Marketing at Tension Corporation. "It's critical to their brand identity and image to have the colors on the envelope specifically match the specific colors in their logo. Slight variations can cause brand degradation over time. We share the commitment to maintaining our customers' corporate image. SpotOn! Flexo allows us to reach a level of spot color precision that the human eye can't do on its own."

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