Prepress packaging experts Pacificolor welcome new workflow engineer

Utah-headquartered prepress packaging specialist Pacificolor LLC is excited to announce the addition of John Clark to their team as a prepress-IT workflow engineer.

John Clark, Prepress-IT Workflow Engineer joins Pacificolor LLC.

With his extensive experience and expertise, Clark will play a pivotal role in enhancing the company’s prepress operations and IT workflows. He joins Pacificolor from Southern Graphic Systems and brings a wealth of knowledge having worked in the field of prepress and information technology for more than 25 years.

His proven track record in optimizing prepress processes and implementing efficient IT workflows makes him a valuable asset to the growing Pacificolor team. Clark’s unique blend of technical proficiency and creative problem-solving skills is poised to contribute to the company’s ongoing commitment to delivering high-quality prepress packaging solutions to clients across North America.

“We are thrilled to have John join us,” said Tim Hirsch, Pacificolor CEO. “His deep understanding of prepress technologies and IT systems aligns perfectly with our dedication to providing top-notch services to our clients. We are confident that his contributions will further strengthen our position as a leader in the industry.”

Clark will be responsible for streamlining and optimizing prepress processes, implementing cutting-edge technologies, and ensuring seamless integration of IT systems. His role will play a critical part in enhancing the overall efficiency and accuracy of Pacificolor’s operations.

“I am excited to be a part of the Pacificolor team and contribute to their mission of delivering excellence in prepress packaging solutions,” said John Clark. “I look forward to leveraging my skills and experience to drive innovation and provide the highest level of service to our clients.”

Pacificolor is an industry leading, full-service premedia supplier and exclusive North American provider of the multi-award-winning flexible and corrugated screening technologies ProjectBlue and Vortex.

The company is headquartered in Utah with additional sites in Colorado and Minnesota.