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PSI to unveil "One Pass" Stationary & Mail Laser Printer at Graph Expo

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Mississauga, ON, Monday October 20, 2008 – PSI Engineering, an industry leader in Laser Mail Printer Solutions, material handling and document automation solutions will unveil their "One Pass"  Stationary & Mail Laser Printer at the Graph Expo show in Chicago.

PSI's Full Color Stationary & Mail printer is the latest printer being introduced in the company's laser mail series.  With it's ability to print in Full Color - variable data information like addresses, indicia, personalized messages and graphic images all in "one pass"  and "on demand", theLaser Mail 3655 offers an economical alternative to press printing.  It also delivers a clear, crisp and wrinkle free envelop that makes a great first impression, an important factor to consider when doing direct mail initiatives.  Another factor in getting direct mail pieces opened ahead of the competitions is using color on the envelopes – a quality feature of PSI's Laser Mail 3655.

"At booth # 4185, we will be demonstrating how the Laser Mail 3655 system prints wrinkle free – high impact full color envelopes; "On-Demand".   The Laser Mail 3655 brings envelope printing to a whole new level for Print & Mail houses and Press printers." states John Panunto, President of PSI Engineering.  "Imagine your customer being an owner of a small business doing a direct mail marketing initiative with a limited budget." continues Mr. Panunto.  "they have to make their marketing dollars work for them.  With the Laser Mail 3655, these small business owners can send multiple mailings with Full Color targeted messages like "Only 3 weeks Left", "Only 2 Weeks Left", Special Offer, etc … They can quickly respond to marketplace conditions and alter or target their marketing message on the envelopes accordingly, a tasks that would be difficult to do in short runs on press systems or on pre printed envelopes." concludes Mr. Panunto.




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