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Avery Dennison and NUR Announce Avery NURFLEET Program

Tuesday, July 23, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

San Antonio, TX; July 22, 2002 -- Wide-format digital print service providers and screen printers looking to gain a foothold in or increase their share of the growing market for vehicle and fleet graphics have a new, comprehensive resource available to them. Two of the biggest names in digital printing, NUR America and Avery Dennison's Graphics Division North America, announce that they are partnering to offer the Avery NURFLEET? program. Complete NURFLEET packages include any NUR Fresco? or NUR Salsa? series printer in the NUR Macroprinters line-up and a choice of leasing options, NUR Media Solutions inks and liquid clearcoats, and Avery Dennison substrates and overlaminates and are fully warranted* by Avery Dennison. All of the program components have been tested together to ensure the highest levels of quality and performance. Most importantly, the program provides an all-inclusive warranty* offered by Avery Dennison for up to 5 years and in-house training at the Avery University on NUR Macroprinters equipment. The program, available only in the United States, was launched on July 17, 2002 at an Open House event at NUR America's headquarters in San Antonio, Texas. Comments Amy Kovach, Business Manager Digital Graphics, Avery Dennison, “With the Avery NURFLEET program, two market leaders are working together to help digital print service providers succeed in the exciting business opportunity that vehicle and fleet graphics provides. We've done all the hard work for our customers so they can more easily enter this growing market or enhance their existing capabilities, gain market share, and reap the benefits.”

 

 

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