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SOS to supply GMG Color products in the UK

Colour Solutions


GMG Color has formed a partnership with Service Offset Supplies (SOS) to sell its software products in the UK, supporting GMG’s continued growth into the UK wide format, commercial printing, and packaging markets. It also expands the range of software products offered by colour specialist SOS, to complement its hardware solutions in those sectors.


The products that will be sold by SOS include GMG ColorServer and ColorProof. Automated colour conversion solution ColorServer brings efficiencies by eliminating correction cycles and reprints, and includes tools that make profiling quicker and less resource intensive. And for verified contract proofing, ColorProof is ideal in customer-facing applications with demanding colour communication.


The GMG prototype proofing solution will also be available through SOS. The Roland LEC2-330 UV device that SOS supplies can be driven by ColorProof and OpenColor to provide reliable calibration and profiling when producing mock ups on production substrates, with finishing possibilities including metallic effects.



Russell Weller, commercial director at GMG Color UK, commented: ‘With over 50 years’ experience in the printing industry, SOS is the perfect partner to further strengthen our colour management offering into the UK market. Whether its high end colour accurate proofing, realistic mock ups, or best in class colour conversion, GMG UK, in partnership with SOS, can fulfil the entire end to end colour management process. I am very excited to be working with the entire SOS team and look forward to a successful relationship.’


Omran Anwar, technical manager at SOS, commented: ‘GMG provides a welcome addition to our portfolio of colour management solutions, with some market leading products fulfilling key niche requirements. GMG has excellent credentials and a great reputation; we can only benefit from having them on board as we strive to maintain our position as the go to source for colour expertise in the UK print market.’


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