Press Vercors’ Environmentally Friendly Digital Cutting System

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Laurel Brunner

A small company located in central southeastern France is seeing environmental improvements through the use of a digital cutting system. They’re using it to do specialist cutting on demand for both digital and offset printing workflows.

However the Polar digital cutting machine is not the start of Press Vercors’ environmental journey. Since 2004 Press Vercors has been certified for Imprim Vert, the French ecolabel and environmental impact mitigation has long been central to the company’s business philosophy. This organisation is a shining example of how to run an environmentally friendly printing company.

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