Over the past 25 years our craftsman have delivered outstanding print quality within budget and on time. Our award winning commercial offset division has the expertise to help your next print program deliver outstanding results. We have a complete Heidelberg Sheetfed operation with our 6 colour CD press with in line Aqueous coating and our workhorse ten colour perfecting press. Our operation to staffed by some of the most experienced and dedicated craftsman in the business and our repeat customers always speak highly of their professionalism and can do attitude. Staffed 624 means we can meet your most time sensitive programs when you need us to be there.
“Just a quick note to thank you very much for the excellent service and quality print product you provided for our annual report. From your quote, great proofs and regular contact to the early delivery and gorgeous finished product, we’re very happy with the experience we had with JF Moore Lithographers.”
Our Commercial offset division is a G7 Master Printer as recognized by IDEAlliance. This global benchmark in combination with our Oris Colour Management process assures our customers of quality and consistency. When press approvals are a requirement JFM has an incredible 90% first sheet approval rate as we are able to meet the most exacting colour standards and requirements. As a testament to our commitment to colour management we were recently awarded two international print services contracts based on our ability to manage the brand metrics in Canada as well as around the world, through our IPN strategic alliance.
When you need your print investment to count rely on the experts at JFM who have for over a quarter century delivered value to our customers who speak to the value we bring each and every day…..
“The Foodservice Facts magazine and catalogue look fantastic. In fact, the agency that represents several of the advertisers in the magazine sent me a note to say how great the ads look! Thanks to you and your team for a job well done.“
Canadian Restaurant and Foodservices Association
Press Release, November 2012
X-Rite-eXact spectrophotometer gives brand owners, pre-media, ink suppliers, printer the fastest means to capture and understand color.
“The new technology complements our current G7 Master Printer process by managing our customers brand and corporate identity through precise colour measurements,” said Dean Baxendale, President and CEO of J. F. Moore Communications in Toronto that also intends to be an early adopter of the technology. “By focusing on brand management, colour management and process automation, we are able to enhance our output while reducing costs.” http://flexodaily.andersonvreeland.com/x-rite-exact-labels-and-labelling
In addition to using advanced measurement technology, the new platform is easy to learn, thanks to the intuitive software and touch screen controls. Exact can be set up to position key elements in the order most likely to be needed by personnel such as press operators and operations managers, giving users instant access to the tools they need, often in a single click. The platform uses X-Rite Graphic Arts Standard (XRGA) and CxF to communicate color for easy data exchange.
With flexibility to match a company’s requirements and budget, the eXact series of spectrophotometers works seamlessly with other powerful X-Rite solutions for the printing industry, including Color iQC Print, InkFormulation, NetProfiler 3.0 and PantoneLIVE™ cloud-based color service that gives brand owners a means to connect their whole supply chains.
Color iQC Print and PantoneLIVE shave days off projects by making sure that all the links in the supply chain – from brand owners and designers to product production – have reliable and accurate color information when and where they need it.
PantoneLIVE improves color matches across an array of printing technologies and substrates, which builds tighter and high-value relationships between print companies and brand managers. Color iQC Print allows any company in the workflow to designate jobs or measure color data in the format it is accustomed to using and send data to next link in the supply chain with confidence that the information will be preserved exactly the way it was sent.