- April 26, 2005, pffc-online.com
CHARLOTTE, NC—Harper Corporation of America is marking the completion of the first year of its "Basics of Flexo" class. With a format that includes both lectures and hands-on training, the class covers the entire flexography process, from pre-press through cleaning the press at the end of a run.
"We initiated this class at Central Piedmont Community College for our employees to give them a firm understanding of how our product, the anilox roll, and how each one of their roles in creating the highest quality anilox rolls available, affects the larger picture of flexo printing," says Harpers executive VP, Margie Kluttz.
The "Basics of Flexo" class takes place at the Harper National Flexographic Center on the Harper Campus of Central Piedmont Community College. Nearly all of Harper Corporations’ manufacturing employees have attended, and the customer service team is beginning to take the class. Eventually, all Harper employees will complete the Basics of Flexo class.
For more information about Harper Corporation’s continuing education, please contact Jan Kimble, employee relations manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org, 704/588-3371, ext. 289, or visit harperimage.com.