PPC wants to place the brand, your brand, as strongly and strikingly as possible, as one consistent image in the market. Our graphic procedures provide (colour) consistency in image and shape for every application, regardless of the printing process. PPC stands for the responsible use of Pantone colours together with or as a replacement for Process Colours to achieve that predictable goal.
PPC's production support online tool ensures transparency and traceability in the production flows.
Digital Assets Management
Once a package or project has been finalised and printed, the latest versions of the files are archived in a highly secure manner and provided with meta data. The customer / owner can consult and download these files or their components, online, using specific search functions.
The online process management tool streamlines and monitors all process flows and critical aspects. The optimal process is determined in collaboration with the client / brand owner. After implementation, new process tasks are automatically started up after completing the previous task. The various stakeholders are informed about a task by automatic email notifications. The project manager maintains a complete overview of the total flow. All actions are logged and retained. The tool allows digital graphic files to be checked in optimum conditions, to be compared with a previous version, and to be approved or rejected.
Measuring is knowing. PPC can deliver a complete overview on a monthly or quarterly basis (including the relevant graphs) that allow for analysis of all factors affecting price, quality and timing so that so that corrective measures can be taken quickly and efficiently
(also photo-engraving or intaglio printing): printing process with engraved copper cylinders used for large print runs, that allows for different printing substrates such as foil or film, cardboard and paper. This process requires a specific preparation of the file.
(also pad printing or letterpress printing): printing process using clichés. Used for printing on different substrates such as plastic, foil or film, cardboard and paper. Requires a specific preparation of the file.
is the most standardised way of printing. (ISO standard) and is used both for commercial brochure printing and for cardboard packaging. The pressing is done using aluminium plates with a photo-sensitive layer.
printing process used for printing on tin plate (steel or aluminium). Requires a specific preparation of the file.