Global Graphics acquires Xitron

November 8, 2019

Print Solutions

 

Global Graphics has announced that it has acquired Xitron.

 

Xitron develops workflow systems and interfaces to drive the pre-press industry’s most popular output devices. One of Global Graphics Software’s longest standing partners, it has been building solutions around the Harlequin RIP since 1991 to drive hundreds of different models of imagesetters, proofers, platesetters, inkjet printers, and digital presses.

 

 

With customers around the world, including North and South America, China and Japan, the Harlequin based Xitron Navigator RIP enjoys an international reputation. In recent years, Xitron has been steadily increasing its footprint in production inkjet with its Navigator driven digital front end (DFE) which supports drive electronics from Meteor Inkjet and Global Inkjet Systems and drive all Memjet and Canon Finetech heads directly.

 

Gary Fry, CEO of Global Graphics, said: ‘Xitron is the lead player in pre-press RIPs with some 35,000 Harlequin RIP-based installations around the world and an impressive network of dealers and distributors. This acquisition allows us to further develop our digital print strategy with a more complete offering for industrial inkjet, such as textiles and décor, and with a broader range of pre-press components for digital applications.’

 

Karen Crews, president of Xitron, commented: ‘Having developed pre-press software solutions around the Harlequin RIP for nearly 30 years, Xitron is looking forward to the collaboration and growth opportunities associated with this change. As we continue to expand beyond our well established presence in offset, flexography, screen printing, and high speed inkjet, we’re excited to be a key part of Global Graphics’ strategic initiatives.’

 

 

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