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xpedx Expands Newly SFI Certified Vector brand

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

CINCINNATI, Ohio, September 22, 2008-xpedx said it is expanding its cut-size printing paper offering with a new reinforced multipurpose sheet.  The company also announced it has achieved Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) certification for its entire top-selling Vector Multi Purpose paper line.

xpedx continues to expand Vector, the reliable and high-performing family of papers used on offset and digital printing equipment by businesses, commercial printers, in-plant printers and others.

"The new SFI certification of Vector Multi Purpose is an important step toward providing customers with the environmentally responsible, third-party certified products they increasingly want today," said Scott Harman, director of business imaging for xpedx.

The new Vector Reinforced Multi Purpose paper contains an 11-inch polyester binding edge, making it tear-resistant and ideal for applications such as price lists, medical documents, insurance records, legal paperwork, training and sales manuals, proposals and more.

Vector Reinforced Multi Purpose features a 92 brightness, is available in 8.5"x11", 20- and 24-pound sheets and three-hole punch.  It coordinates with Vector Multi Purpose, and, like the brand's other products, is engineered to lay flat and square for jam-free performance in laser, copier, inkjet and high-speed production printers.

In addition to Vector Multi Purpose and Vector Reinforced Multi Purpose, the Vector line also includes Vector Xeikon Rolls, Vector Engineering Bond Rolls, Vector DI, Vector Performance DI, Vector Computer Paper, Vector Laser Rolls, Vector Copier Tabs and Vector Laser Cuts.




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