Matthew Zunic receives LIA certificate of achievement

Matthew Zunic, a printing apprentice at Sydney’s Imagination Graphics, has been presented with a Certificate of Achievement Runner Up Award for the Heidelberg/NSW LIA Graduate of the Year program.

Matthew was presented with the Certificate of Achievement at a special presentation last week attended by NSW LIA representatives Angus Scott and Peter Munro.

Special thanks to Heidelberg for their continued support of the LIA Graduate of the Year program which fosters development in the printing industry.

LIA President Angus Scott, Matthew Zunic and Peter Munro (LIA)

Both Angus and Peter also passed on a special thank you to Terry Nolan from NSW TAFE for nominating Matthew, also a member of the 2020 ProPrint Emerging 50, for the 2021 award.

Emmanuel Buhagiar, the owner at Imagination Graphics, hosted the gathering to honour Matthew’s commitment to his role and the journey he has been on since stepping into the industry.

Matthew started working at Imagination Graphics in 2018 with no knowledge of printing machinery or techniques but since then has mastered the operation of a GTO press, cylinder and platens and runs the company’s AccurioJet KM-1 and AccurioPress C14000, both from Konica Minolta.

The NSW branch of the Lithographic Institute of Australia has presented Imagination Graphics’ print apprentice, Matthew Zunic, with his runner up Certificate of Achievement at a recent get together at Imagination Graphics in Sydney.

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