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Sri Lanka achieves first highest G7 qualification

Aitken Spence Printing Sri Lanka obtains G7 Master Facility Qualification-Color Space

Idealliance HQ and Idealliance South Asia announces Aitken Spence Printing & Packaging (Pvt) Ltd has obtained G7 Master Facility Qualification-Color Space, highest level of the G7 program of colour standards. With the qualification, the company becomes the first in Sri Lanka to obtain the qualification. K. Panthala Selvan, managing director, Idealliance South Asia and MENA commented: “The countless endorsements received, and the rising demands of customers have paved the way to reach new heights in matching and reproducing colours and in breaking the boundaries in the printing and packaging requirements. The wealth of experience, the proven skills and reliability coupled with unmatched level customer care has made Aitken Spence Printing a preferred printer for all forms of high-quality printing requirements, not just in Sri Lanka, but in South Asia and the region of the sub-continent of India.” Aitken Spence Printing is the market leader and the preferred print solutions provider for local and global clients. The company was recognized for the fourth consecutive year as the industry’s best, by winning the Gold award in the Printing & Related Services category at the National Business Excellence Awards 2017. “Winning the gold award consecutively in the printing & related sector is reflective of our commitment, every day, to deliver value-oriented, innovative, and sustainable printing and packaging solutions to our stakeholders. We take this opportunity to express our sincere gratitude to all our customers and other stakeholders for their precious and continuous contribution, guidance and support to achieve this recognition,” said Prasanna Karunathilake, managing director of Aitken Spence Printing.

G7 is Idealliance’s global set of specifications for achieving gray balance and is the driving force for achieving visual similarity across all print processes. The G7 methodology is designed to align all print technologies for visual consistency, process and quality control, and colour workflow management.


Idealliance South Asia's K. Panthala Selvan will be speaking at the upcoming SHIFT_019 Asian Packaging Conference.

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