Global Vision Brings Innovation to the 2013 PCD Congress with its Suite of Automated Proofreading Solutions

Global Vision, the industry leader in the development of automated proofreading solutions, announced that the company will showcase its suite of inspection tools for the beauty, personal care and cosmetic packaging industries at the 2013 PCD (Perfumes, Cosmetics & Design Packaging) Congress. 

Global Vision will spotlight its patented ScanTVS proofreading system. ScanTVS is designed to provide packaging companies with a complete inspection solution for proofs, labels, cartons, as well as nested press sheets - securing packaging workflow end-to-end.

The company will also showcase QCanywhere, its new cloud-based bundle of applications that provide quick, efficient quality control for print, barcode, Braille, artwork, spelling and text verification. Simple to deploy QCanywhere improves operational efficiency for packaging companies by protecting brand integrity and reducing costly errors.

“We are delighted to be able to participate in this premier packaging event that highlights innovation within the perfume and cosmetic packaging industries,” explained Reuben Malz, President of Global Vision. “PCD is an excellent forum for us to learn about the latest technologies, as well as for partners and decision makers to learn more about our Global Vision solutions, including getting a sneak peak of QCanywhere.”

Join the discussion

Global Vision will leverage its understanding of the specific needs of companies looking to drive packaging innovations with a discussion of its approach to packaging workflow.

Join: Peter Muller, Vice President, Business Development, EMEA

Title: Reducing Approval Times and Minimizing the Risks Associated with the Printed Packaging Workflow.

Date/Time: 06 February 2013 at 16:00

Venue: Room A

Visitors at PCD Congress can meet the Global Vision team and learn more about Global Vision’s innovative products and services. Booth A04 - A06, Espace Champerret, Paris, France, February 6th and 7th.