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KODAK FLEXCEL NX Plates Certified for Use with Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System

<p>West Chester, OH; January 2011—Color-Logic has certified KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic Plates for use with the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System.&#160; </p> <p>Announcing the certification, Color-Logic Director of Sales and Marketing Mark Geeves commented: “The KODAK FLEXCEL NX Plate has an excellent reputation among flexographic printers for low dot gain and excellent reproduction characteristics.&#160; Exhaustive tests by both Kodak and Color-Logic have verified the suitability of the FLEXCEL NX Plate for use with the Color-Logic Process Metallic Color System.&#160; The FLEXCEL NX Plate is remarkable in its ability to consistently hold flexographic dots as small as 10 microns—exactly the characteristics desirable when printing metallic images, or imaging on metallic substrates.&#160; Color-Logic is pleased to certify and recommend the KODAK FLEXCEL NX Plate for use with our Process Metallic Color System.”</p>

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Vertis Communications Boosts High Quality Custom Packaging Services With Addition of Kodak's Digital Flexographic Platemaking System

<p>Baltimore, MD, February 10 -- BALTIMORE (February 10, 2011) – Vertis Communications, a results-driven marketing communications company that delivers inventive advertising, direct marketing and interactive solutions to prominent brands across North America, today announced the installation of new technology in its Irving, Texas facility that will enhance its capabilities and provide new options for its packaging clients. Vertis is augmenting its current platemaking solutions through the addition of a KODAK FLEXCEL NX Digital Flexographic Platemaking System to produce high-quality printing plates for flexible packaging printers and brand owners.</p> <p>The advanced functionality of the FLEXCEL NX System will enable Vertis, an established leader in flexographic platemaking, to offer its packaging customers advantages that extend beyond the boundaries of traditional flexo printing. Consumer packaged goods companies and packaging converters will realize a number of benefits from the system, including:</p> <ul> <li>Quality:&#160; Consistent brand representation through true one-to-one reproduction of images from file to plate, higher print densities, better print contrast and cleaner tones </li> <li>Efficiency:&#160; Competitive positioning and speed-to-market through reduced file prep time and faster set-up; </li> <li>Value: Reduced production costs thanks to more durable, extended-life plates capable of longer runs; </li> <li>Conservation: Driven by reduction in production waste and overall reduction in total number of plates used.</li> </ul>

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Bergame Group Moves Into Print-On-Demand With the KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production Color Press and KODAK INSITE Storefront System

<p>Rochester, NY, February 2 -- French point-of-sale advertising and publishing specialist, the Bergame Group, has broadened its portfolio and created new revenue opportunities by entering the print-on-demand market. The company made its move into the lucrative sector after investing in two KODAK NEXPRESS Digital Production Color Presses and the KODAK INSITE Storefront System.</p> <p>Within the space of 15 years, the Bergame Group has established itself as a major player in the French graphic arts industry. The company has built its reputation on the quality of its offset and screen printing, and specializes in publishing and point-of-sale advertising.</p> <p>The Bergame Group has premises in Ferrière en Brie and Saint Ouen, and employs 300 people. Its impressive fleet of machines comprises 41 offset units, as well as screen and digital printing equipment. The group first considered digital printing back in 2009, seeing the process as a natural progression for a company of its size: “The turning point came when a long-standing customer asked us to switch its production to digital printing,” explains Stéphane Lezzier, Prepress Manager at the Bergame Group.</p>

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Kodak’s New Digital Offset Plate Finishing and Packaging Operation in Brazil Streamlines Product Delivery

<p>Rochester, NY, February 1 -- With the opening of a new offset plate finishing and packaging operation at its facility in Brazil, Kodak will greatly enhance its ability to serve local customers quickly and efficiently. The new digital offset plate finishing and packaging operation will leverage existing Kodak infrastructure to address the growing demands of the local Latin America Regions’ markets.</p> <p>The local finishing capability means that Kodak will cut, stock and supply any size digital offset plate that is required without having to order new sizes from the U.S.A. or Europe. In addition, local operations enable lower costs and improved customer service, while reducing overall delivery times and increasing customer satisfaction.</p> <p>“Digital offset plate demand in the Latin America Region is strong and growing rapidly. Our customers need fast, flexible and reliable service that meets their production needs and keeps their presses running with quality and consistency,” noted Gilberto Farias, Managing Director, Latin America Region, South Cone, Kodak. “This is a first step in moving our offset plate manufacturing closer to our Latin America customers and will help us to be more competitive by responding quickly to their varying needs.”</p>

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Kodak to Showcase Digital Printing, Inkjet and Unified Workflow Solutions at Hunkeler Innovation Days 2011

<p>Rochester, NY, January 24 -- Print service providers can discover how to transform their print infrastructures by visiting the Kodak stand at Hunkeler Innovation Days 2011. Delegates can witness Kodak's Unified Workflow Solutions portfolio, the KODAK VERSAMARK VL-Series Printing System, and for the first time at a major B2B trade show in Europe, the new KODAK NEXPRESS SX Digital Production Color Press with the long sheet option.</p> <p>Hunkeler Innovation Days is being staged in the new Exhibition Hall 2 at the Messeplatz Lucerne, Horwerstrasse, Switzerland and takes place February 14-17, 2011.</p> <p>Hunkeler Innovation Days focuses on paper processing, and puts the emphasis on holistic production systems.&#160; This biennial show attracts an international audience from a range of industries, including mailing production, computer centers, web finishing, and conventional printing. The event is particularly relevant for printers interested in transactional/transpromo printing, newspaper and book printing, and direct marketing applications.</p> <p>At the event, Kodak will produce full-color personalized applications to demonstrate to delegates the capabilities of its advanced printing solutions.</p>

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Konica Minolta, Heidelberg and Kodak join forces at PrintEx 11

<p>Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia, Heidelberg ANZ and Kodak Australia will team up at the upcoming PrintEx 11 by demonstrating an integrated suite of products from pre-press to output and finishing across their three side-by-side stands. The combined 450 square meter floor space will showcase how the companies’ recent partnership offering will meet the demands of their clients both now and in the future to the local and international industry professionals attending.</p> <p>“The Trilogy will enable visitors to the show to benefit from the joint technologies working together and to leverage the different expertise that each company brings to the partnership. It will provide a central reference point for the market’s growing needs in each area through a strong distribution network as digital, offset and business solutions join forces for the first time to create the print shop of today and the future,” said Hiro Kaji, Managing Director, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Australia.&#160; </p>

Kodak Announces Institutional Investor Meeting

<p>ROCHESTER, N.Y., Jan. 6 -- Eastman Kodak Company (NYSE:EK) will hold its annual strategy meeting with the institutional investment community on Thursday, February 3, in New York City.</p> <p>The meeting will be held at the New York Stock Exchange, located at 2 Broad Street. Registration will begin at 8:15 a.m. Eastern Time.&#160; The formal program will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. and is expected to conclude by 11:30 a.m.&#160; Prior to admittance, guests must check in at the external checkpoint, which is located at the corner of Wall and Broad Streets.&#160; Guests must have valid photo ID and be included on the RSVP guest list in order to gain access to the building.&#160; In addition, please note business attire is a requirement for all visitors to the New York Stock Exchange.</p> <p>The program will include presentations by Antonio M. Perez, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Philip Faraci, President and Chief Operating Officer, Pradeep Jotwani, President, Consumer Digital Imaging Group and Chief Marketing Officer, Brad Kruchten, President, Film, Photofinishing and Entertainment Group, and Ann McCorvey, Chief Financial Officer, and will conclude with a question-and-answer session.</p>

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Ricoh Americas Corporation and Kodak’s Print-on-Demand Solutions Group Renew Creo Color Server Technology Relationship

<p>CHICAGO,&#160;&#160; October 04, 2010 — The Production Printing Business Group (PPBG) of Ricoh Americas Corporation today announced the continuation of its strategic relationship with Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group. The implementation of the new CREO C-81 Color Server with the RICOH® Pro C901/C901s Graphic Arts Edition is the next evolution of this relationship. Ricoh’s new Pro C901/C901s Graphic Arts Edition will offer CREO’s Color Controller C-81, which will provide open connectivity to digital workflows, putting the power of an existing PRINERGY Digital Workflow System within Ricoh products. </p> <p>“CREO has over 30 years of leadership experience in graphic arts,” stated Carl Joachim, vice president of marketing for PPBG, Ricoh Americas Corporation. “Ricoh’s continued relationship with CREO will underscore both companies ability to deliver full color and imaging needs to customers while continuing to optimize workflow solutions to a multitude of digital production printers and presses.” </p> <p>CREO Color Servers feature color consistency, powerful processing, and compatibility across all avenues of printing. The Color Controller C-81, which features built-in qualities such as SMS and email notification, support for the ADOBE PDF Print Engine 2, and JDF connectivity for integration within Graphic Arts workflows, will help customers increase productivity and improve flexibility while continuing to boost profits. </p> <p>“This is the second time Ricoh has chosen a CREO Color Server to drive its flagship engines,” says Chris O’Connor, Vice President, Global Business Group for Kodak’s Print On-Demand Solutions Group. “We are pleased that our professional color management and open connectivity for an integrated, automated workflow continues to serve our partner and their customers with excellence.” </p>

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Genesis Imaging’s GI CaptureStation Uses KODAK Scan Station 520EX to Help Businesses Export Information to ONBASE

<p>ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept. 10—Genesis Imaging, a Kodak Authorized Imaging Reseller, introduces the GI CaptureStation, a single capture platform designed to capture and release information into ONBASE, an enterprise content management (ECM) software suite from Hyland Software. The GI CaptureStation integrates Genesis Imaging Software with the KODAK Scan Station 520EX networked document scanner to provide end users with a simple, yet powerful solution for converting paper documents into images and metadata for use in ONBASE. </p> <p>Hyland’s integrated ECM product serves clients in numerous fields including finance, healthcare, government, insurance, higher education and commercial business. The open software architecture, which requires minimal user training, enables everyday users to easily share information across offices and better automate processes in areas like accounts payable, claims processing and other auditing cycles. Hyland customizes its software platform based on the specific business need to attain greater efficiency, such as email modules for legal e-discovery, records management suited for government, enterprise software data integration, storage management, and others.</p> <p>“The Scan Station 520EX provides customers with a single device that enables users to scan, index and attach files from any number of remote locations,” said Mark Buckley, General Manager, Genesis Imaging. “This solution demonstrates how Genesis helps our customers gain the greatest possible efficiency from their paper-based business processes.” </p>

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KODAK i4000 Scanners Add Compatibility for Web-Based DOCULEX ARCHIVE STUDIO Content Management Software

<p>ROCHESTER, NY., and WINTER HAVEN, Fla., Sept. 3—Kodak and DocuLex, Inc., announce compatibility between KODAK i4000 Series Scanners and DOCULEX ARCHIVE STUDIO Content Management Software. The new integration enables businesses to manage both scanned and electronic-based documents within a secure, web-based repository. Products are available from participating members of Kodak’s Authorized Imaging Reseller Program. </p> <p>ARCHIVE STUDIO Software helps businesses to access records from almost any remote location with a user interface driven by a standard Web browser. From basic content management to enterprise level process automation, the software’s functions allow users to improve control over document security, workflow, retrieval, collaboration, and retention of indexed information and digital files. Features such as WebSearch help to automatically index collected information into an organized structure.</p> <p>The digital architecture of the i4000 Series Scanners provides easy integration into ARCHIVE STUDIO Software. The optimized connectivity will help businesses scan information from paper-based records and files quickly and accurately into associated business applications. The scanners’ embedded features, including Kodak’s Smart Touch feature and KODAK Capture Desktop Software, are designed to accelerate document-driven business processes with tools to improve productivity, such as one-touch scanning ease of use and automatic image enhancement. </p> <p>“The i4000 Series Scanners enable our customers to have an augmented content management system for critical records,” said David Bailey, President, DocuLex, Inc. “Whether these originate from paper or electronically, the KODAK Scanners helps to meet our clients’ unique business needs. Ultimately, integrating the i4000 Series Scanners with ARCHIVE STUDIO provides greater accuracy of data, which can help to increase productivity across an organization.”</p>

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