Thermal on the rise

January 2005
Printing World;1/27/2005, Vol. 289 Issue 4, p38
Trade Publication
This article presents information related to KPG which says it has reached a milestone in the take up of its thermal technology, having notched up a 40% increase in ctp installations in 2004. KPG introduced its ThermalNews Gold plate and VioletNews plates at Ifra. Newsquest Oxford and Cumbrian Newspapers were two newspapers in Great Britain that helped take the worldwide base for thermal devices to 220 with more than 500 sites using KPG ThermalNews plates.


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