Worzalla Achieves G7 Master Printer Status

STEVENS POINT, WI—July 25, 2012—Worzalla has achieved G7 Master Printer status, ensuring its customers will receive the best color management available in the industry. G7 is a set of best practices for achieving gray balance and visual similarity across all print processes. This method allows qualified printers to reproduce a similar visual appearance across printing types and substrates based on the ISO 12647 standard.

“This will benefit Worzalla’s customers by ensuring jobs proof and print with an extreme degree of consistency and predictability,” stated Kris Koch, Vice President of Operations at Worzalla. “Along with other improvements throughout our operation, Worzalla is positioned to deliver the highest level of quality and service to our customers.”

Attaining G7 Master status is a competitive goal for companies throughout the graphic communications supply chain worldwide. Earning this qualification signifies that a company uses the most modern technology and techniques required to ensure color consistency throughout the printing process.

The G7 standard was developed by IDEAlliance, a non-profit industry association guiding and publishing print media methodologies, specifications, and standards. G7 is named for its gray scale calibration (‘G’) and the seven ISO ink colors it requires.

About Worzalla
Worzalla is a century-old, 100-percent employee-owned print solutions provider that specializes in book production.

Source: Worzalla.