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collotype

(kŏl`ətīp'): see printingprinting,
means of producing reproductions of written material or images in multiple copies. There are four traditional types of printing: relief printing (with which this article is mainly concerned), intaglio, lithography, and screen process printing.
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collotype

[′käl·ə‚tīp]
(graphic arts)
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The Digital Group Winner is Collotype Labels (US) for Distroya, "a fearsome looking label with plenty of action," said the judges.
Created by Collotype Labels USA, the wine and spirit arm of Multi-Color Corporation, the Le Pich 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon label is this year's Best of Show winner.
The Best in Show and the Marketing/ End-Uses Group awards went to Collotype Labels USA for its Le Pich label.
The increase was due to the Collotype acquisition completed in February 2008, which generated $106.
Vinecombe, 45, became President of the International Business Unit and a Director of Multi-Color in February 2008 at the time the Company acquired Collotype International Holdings Pty Ltd.
As a corporate entity, Multi-Color Corporation won 23 awards: 10 for Multi-Color, six for Collotype Labels International, five for Collotype Labels USA, and two for the recently acquired York Label.
We are pleased to share these awards with our client, Delicato," said David Buse of Collotype Labels, Napa, Ca.
The Best of Show award went to Collotype Labels USA (part of Multi-Color Corporation) for its Kenwood Artist Series label.
Transported under tight security from The Field Museum to the Black Box Collotype fine art printing company in Chicago, the 26 X 39 inch double elephant folios are scanned directly from the original engraving, the first step in this unique process.
Some years back Multi-Color bought Collotype, an Australian powerhouse with strong roots in the wine labeling sector, and last year the former president of Collotype became president of Multi-Color.
Existing business assets will be transferred to two new companies, Collotype Labels (Chile) S.