Rondo-Pak, LLC/Contemporary Graphic Solutions, a provider of printed components and folding cartons for the pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer industries, has earned Ideallance G7 Process Control Master Facility certification for the 10th year in a row. Rondo-Pak/CGS is the first and longest-standing company on a list of currently only seven in the U.S. with this certification.
The certification process includes thorough analysis and alignment of the entire print supply chain within the Rondo-Pak/CGS facilities, as well as its print supply chain partners. This assessment is conducted by a G7 Process Control expert and evaluated quarterly by an independent third-party analysis laboratory. Certification is valid for one year and includes quarterly maintenance to ensure ongoing compliance and the highest levels of performance.
In addition, this certification is granted in three distinct compliance levels; the highest and most stringent of which is G7 Colorspace. Rondo-Pak/CGS is proud to have achieved the level of G7 Master Qualification with Colorspace compliance, demonstrating that the facility has calibrated all presses, pre-press equipment and systems to G7 gray balance and neutral tone curves and can deliver G7 proofs and print products, while maintaining extremely tight tolerances throughout the whole colour space.
Rondo-Pak/CGS is capable of meeting the highest quality levels set by Ideallance through utilising spectrophotometry to keep its colour standards within a max Delta E of 2. In addition to offset presses, the company offers digital printing, which allows for the use of a specific mixture of Pantone inks for the most precise colour match on the market.
“Ideallance G7 certifications set the standard for our industry when it comes to consistency and quality control,” said Rondo-Pak/CGS president and COO Bob Reilley. “Our ability to meet their stringent guidelines year after year highlights our deep commitment to exceeding our customers’ expectations by delivering high-quality printed materials with maximum efficiency.”