Printing Industries of America Announces 2013 InterTech Technology Award Recipients

Printing Industries of America

Pittsburgh, PA
United States

Printing Industries of America has announced the recipients of the 2013 InterTech Technology Awards. The technologies receiving this respected award have been judged as truly innovative and are expected to advance the performance of the graphic communications industry.
An independent panel of judges deliberated over an outstanding selection of technology nominations which showcased the dynamic nature of the industry. Awards were bestowed upon technologies for digital production, large-format offset, flexographic plate imaging, printed product enhancements, and a substrate for printed electronics. The judges further recognized software solutions to facilitate color management, workflow for variable-data printing, and press training.
The eleven technologies selected to receive the 2013 InterTech Technology Award:
(Listed alphabetically by company, with the technology named first)
Pressero with eDocBuilder
Aleyant Systems
Aproove SA
Arjowiggins Creative Papers
CGS Publishing Technologies International
GMG OpenColor
GMG Americas
Heidelberg Speedmaster XL VLF Press with Twin-Gripper Delivery and Remote Fan-Out Control
Heidelberg USA
HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press
Eastman Kodak Company
JETvarnish 3D
MGI Digital Graphic Technology
Scodix Metallic with Scodix SENSE
Scodix, Inc.
DLMS: Distributed Learning Management System
Sinapse Print Simulators
The InterTech stars, recognized as a symbol of technological innovation and excellence, will be presented before an audience of industry leaders during the 2013 Premier Print Awards Gala Featuring the InterTech Technology Awards and web2awards, September 8, in Chicago, Illinois.
A technology review booklet showcasing all of the year’s entries will be produced and distributed this fall at PRINT 13 and in the September issue of Printing Industries of America—The Magazine; the booklet will also be available at
For more information about the InterTech Technology Awards, contact Jim Workman, assistant vice president, Center for Technology and Research, Printing Industries of America, at 412-259-1710,, or visit
About Printing Industries of America:
Printing Industries of America is the world’s largest graphic arts trade association, representing an industry with approximately one million employees. It serves the interests of thousands of member companies. Together with its nationwide affiliate network, Printing Industries delivers products and services that enhance the growth, efficiency, and profitability of its members and the graphic communications industry through advocacy, education, research, and technical information.