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GMG releases

16th November 2015 – Label and packaging solutions provider, OPM (Labels & Packaging) Group Ltd (, has invested in GMG OpenColor for accurate colour results and repeatable quality.

Implementing GMG’s solutions means the company has seen a reduction in waste, time and overall production costs.

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October 21st 2015 – GMG UK, a leading developer of high-end colour management and proofing solutions, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Griffiths who joins the company as Business Development Manager.

Prior to joining GMG, Mark worked as Business Manager for Apple Retail where he had a specific remit to build relationships within major brands and the creative industry.

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Tuebingen (08. October 2015)

GMG, supplier of high-end color management and proofing solutions, announced today that GMG proofing systems have received the Fogra Certifications for FOGRA51/52 and proof papers containing OBAs.

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Tuebingen (September 30, 2015) – As a leading developer and supplier of high-end color management software, GMG works closely with global and local standards organizations in order to support the ongoing improvement of the working practices in our industries through standardized tools and rules.

Today GMG announces that the latest versions of its GMG ColorProof, GMG ProofControl and GMG ColorServer software all support the new FOGRA51/FOGRA52 datasets with related GMG profiles. Read the rest of this entry »

Tuebingen (August 24th, 2015) – GMG partners with Epson to show how its color management solutions deliver accurate color proofs for labels and packaging at Labelexpo Europe (29th September to 2nd October 2015 on the Epson booth 9A50).

GMG has developed its software to meet the complex needs of the packaging industry – shorter product cycles, increasingly complex color and substrate combinations and cost pressures.

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29th July, 2015 – Swanline Print has invested in GMG ColorServer software to improve and standardise its colour management capabilities and reduce ink costs.

The investment is part of the company’s continued expansion and commitment to creating new market opportunities for its trade customers. Read the rest of this entry »

June 11th, 2015 – JFM Plates, a Manchester-based specialist reprographics and finished printing plate supplier, has invested in GMG FlexoProof, along with GMG’s spectral proofing engine; OpenColor.

In addition, GMG ColorServer provides file re-separation to offer clients better press to proof consistency in conjunction with JFM’s platemaking service. Read the rest of this entry »

April 28th, 2015 – Digital origination and flexographic plate making specialist Brownett Ltd ( has invested in GMG OpenColor software to streamline its profile creation process and improve colour accuracy which has led to a reduction in job turnaround time and costs.

Based in Castle Donnington, Derby, Brownett has over 30 years’ experience in servicing the self-adhesive label & flexible packaging industries.

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April 1st, 2015 – CIC (Clever Ideas Corporation) has invested in GMG ColorServer, GMG ColorProof and GMG ProofControl software to streamline its production process and ensure total colour consistency from creative to proof to print.

CIC provides creative solutions for brand development, imagery and marketing the world over for some of the biggest home electricals and homeware brand names such as Swan, Morphy Richards, Tower, and Victoria Plumb.

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A new look and feel, extensive color correction tools and a test chart generator headline a collection of new features for large—and small—package printers and prepress service providers

 Tuebingen (March 31, 2015) – GMG, the leading developer and supplier of high-end color management software solutions, announces a major new release of its award-winning multichannel profiling software GMG OpenColor.

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