Sign & Digital Graphics

November '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2017 • 15 Prism Inks Acquires Graphics One B Y M I K E C L A R K , A S S O C I A T E E D I T O R F O R N B M Sunnyvale, California-based ink company Prism Inks announces its acquisition of Sunny Valley, California- based Graphics One, a distributor of products to the signage and commercial graphics industry. "Prism Inks has experienced tremendous growth with OEM printer manufacturers over the past 10 years," says Amir Ajanee, president and CEO of Prism. "The acquisition of Graphics One allows us to leverage this growth into other digital imaging markets through both our traditional channels and through the extensive network of Graphics One." The agreement stems from an existing distribution relationship both companies maintained over the course of prior years. Through the acquisition, Graphics One acts as the global distribution branch for digital inks produced by various Prism companies. "We are pleased to become part of the Prism Inks family," says Dan Barefoot, CEO of Graphics One. "We have distributed products from Prism since the start of Graphics One and have had a very successful relationship." Gilman Brothers Launches New Website Gilman, Connecticut-based foam board manufacturer Gilman Brothers announces the launch of its newly updated website (www. gilmanbrothers.com). The company says the website has a fresh look and interactive menus, and the home page will be updated weekly with featured products and company news. New to the redesign will be a complete resource library providing access to downloadable instruction sheets, cutting guidelines and technical data on the Gilman Brothers product line. Another new element of the website is the customer portal, where Gilman Broth- ers' channel partners can log in to view order status reports with projected ship dates. A Cut Above The Rest SUPPLYING WORLD-CLASS CO 2 LARGE FORMAT LASER CUTTING AND ENGRAVING SYSTEMS M O V I N G L I G H T | K E R N L A S E R S . C O M | 8 8 8 - 6 6 0 - 2 7 5 5 | M A D E I N T H E U S A • Metal Cutting Capabilities • K-Vision Camera Registration • Large Format Bed Sizes up to 80" x 120" • Laser Sources of 150, 250 and 400 Watts • KCAM Software Gives You More Control • Z-Axis Rotary Device • Process Acrylic, Sheet Metal, Wood and More HSE Class IV (Open Bed) Laser System LaserCELL Class I (Enclosed) Laser System

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