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January '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • January 2017 • 17 Canon U.S.A. Partners with National Crime Prevention Council Melville, New York-based Canon U.S.A. announces that it is collaborating with the National Crime Prevention Council to promote awareness around the safety risks of using counterfeit power accessories, such as batteries, chargers, and external flashes. The production and sale of counterfeit products is an issue that not only affects the consumer electronics industry, but can affect consumer safety as well. The launch of the collaboration coincided with national Crime Prevention Month in October and will continue through 2017. Together with Canon U.S.A., NCPC will use its resources to provide educational tools to crime prevention practi- tioners, law enforcement officials, and educators who, in turn, can use those resources to teach their communities about the dangers of purchasing counterfeits. The aware- ness campaign will also include digital messaging directed to consumers and public service announcements as well as other videos featuring McGruff the Crime Dog. Rowmark Achieves ISO 9001 Recertification for Quality Control Findlay, Ohio-based engraving substrate manufacturer Rowmark, and its custom division, Premier Material Concepts—or PMC— announces that it has completed its recertification of the ISO 9001 Quality Management System. Rowmark says it is the only engravable plastic sheet manufacturer that adheres to the requirements of ISO 9001. ISO 9001 requires certification by an independent, accredited auditor. It means that Rowmark continues to implement business processes and procedures that ensure the highest quality perfor- mance in all aspects of the quality management system. Rowmark first received ISO 9001 certification in December 2004. The most important aspect of ISO certification is striving for con- tinuous improvement in processes and product quality standards to meet and exceed customers' expectations, and the company has once again achieved that, it says. With the Mimaki TX300P-1800 direct-to-textile printer, you can see your designs and custom prints rapidly come to life on a variety of textiles including woven patterns. Instant style Mimaki_TX300P_H_PW0916.indd 1 8/22/16 5:15 PM

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