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- October 31, 2012
WEST CHESTER, OH | Dahlstrom Display—a diversified graphics source providing large format silkscreen and digital printing, retail merchandising, installations, fulfillment, distribution and warehousing—is the first screen printer to gain Color-Logic certification. Dahlstrom is located in suburban Chicago, IL.
Announcing the qualification, Color-Logic director of sales and marketing Mark Geeves commented: “As the first screen printer to meet the Color-Logic criteria for printer certification, Dahlstrom Display makes another print medium available to print buyers, brand managers, and graphic designers. To qualify for Color-Logic certification, printers must produce test forms using the Color-Logic process and submit them to our team for verification that they were produced within the required Color-Logic tolerances, as well as visual integrity. The standards for Color-Logic certification are quite stringent, thus print buyers, brand managers, and graphic designers seeking a printer to print Color-Logic files can rest assured that certified Color-Logic providers are experienced and qualified to print even the most difficult images and designs.”
Also commenting on the certification was Ross Iazzetto, Dahlstrom Display president and chief idea officer: “Dahlstrom Display is proud of what we’ve achieved with our Color-Logic certification, and pleased to be the first screen printer in the world to achieve this qualification. Our display and print customers are already benefitting from this dramatic new method of reliably producing metallic images and designs with color quality consistency.”
Since 1968, Dahlstrom Display has partnered with some of America’s most recognized brands, building effective marketing communications programs. From concept development to national merchandising campaigns, Dahlstrom produces in-store signage; window, wall, and floor graphics; fleet wraps; event planning; and point-of-sale material. From a one-man operation, Dahlstrom Display has grown to an industry-leading, diversified visual communications resource, in an 83,000-sq-ft facility with more than 100 full-time customer service, print production, and sales and marketing professionals. Dahlstrom Display is a key partner and supplier to some of the largest financial, advertising, retail, and telecommunications corporations.