X-Rite Announces Out-Of-The-Box ISO C...

X-Rite Announces Out-Of-The-Box ISO Compliant Spectrophotometer for Pressroom Quality Control

There are 1 comment on the Cameratown.com Digital Imaging News story from Apr 27, 2009, titled X-Rite Announces Out-Of-The-Box ISO Compliant Spectrophotometer for Pressroom Quality Control. In it, Cameratown.com Digital Imaging News reports that:

Rite, Incorporated , the world leader in color management, measurement and communication technologies, today announced that its industry-leading spectrophotometer, SpectroEye, is now shipping pre-loaded with the widely-supported ISO 12647-2 process control standard database.

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Ron Jordan

Grand Rapids, MI

#1 May 5, 2009
X-Rite laid off 20 people since the week before last and never announced it. Mandatory 2 week layoffs, mandatory 4 days a week for the factory workers. White collar workers took 5% pay cuts.

This means that X-Rite is having trouble paying their employees. Which means they are in more trouble then they originally thought. Where are the first quarter numbers? Around 40% short is what you should expect to see.

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