Haig’s Quality Printing — Betting on Color
“We like the color gamut of Van Son’s inks, as well as the strength of the pigments. In my experience, if you don’t use the right ink, the printing might look really good in the color booth and on the press, but then it will look weak the next day in the sunlight,” Atamian points out.
As a result of his care in searching out just the right combination of equipment and consumables, Haig’s Quality Printing has established a worldwide reputation for the highest quality available. “I have more awards than I’ve got walls,” Atamian quips. Among these are several gold awards from the International Association of Printing House Craftsmen. Customers, too, have been won over.