Fabric Images, Inc.® Expands Superwide XL Material Offerings with Celtic15
Fabric Images, Inc. proudly recognizes Materials Resource Liaison, Valerie Cuchna, for her recent industry accomplishments. Cuchna, a longtime employee of Fabric Images, Inc., has received her Master Fabric Craftsmen (MFC) certification. This certification signifies her superior knowledge of the principles and practices of fabric graphics, design, fabrication and installation in the specialty fabrics industry.
As a member of a select group of certified professionals, Cuchna gains experience through continued professional development, contributes to the advancement of specialty fabric products and endorses the Code of Ethics of IFAI (Industrial Fabric Association, Inc.), reflecting ethical business leadership and management practices. Cuchna is the fourth person within Fabric Images, Inc. to receive this certification.
Along with her recent certification, Cuchna was also elected to continue as Vice Chair of the Fabric Graphics Association (FGA) during the October annual meeting. The Fabric Graphics Association (FGA) promotes the use of graphic applications to specialty textiles by providing innovative solutions to many new project designs. The membership of FGA, which includes 120 companies, is diverse: From fabric and equipment suppliers, ink providers, color management companies, to graphic houses and end product fabricators who print and finish products.
As a global manufacturer of printed and non-printed tensioned fabric architecture, Fabric Images, Inc. promotes the personal and professional growth of their employees. The recent accomplishments of Cuchna add to the expansive knowledge that continues to drive Fabric Images, Inc. to be the world’s most sought after producer of printed and non-printed tensioned fabric architecture.
About Fabric Images, Inc®
Since 1992, Fabric Images, Inc® has been a premier supplier for fabricating and printing of tensioned fabric architecture for the retail, museum, architectural and exhibit design communities. FI is a family-owned and minority-operated business. They are considered by many to be a leading manufacturer of lightweight, digitally printed fabric tension structures.
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