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Chilean Printer Installs Nipson Digital Press

Friday, March 14, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Santiago, Chile - (March 13, 2003) - Nipson announces Empresas Jordan S.A., one of the largest print service bureau in Chile, has installed its first Nipson digital production press. Empresas Jordan’s purchase of the Nipson 7000 will enable it to efficiently print a variety of special application offerings on a greater range of substrates that include: plastic telephone cards, plastic tipped-on cards, and coated and uncoated paper. Empresas Jordan is responsible for printing checks, statements and security applications for high-profile national and international clients that include Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Entel, Telefónica, CORPBANCA and BCI Bank. “Nipson’s low temperature flash fusing feature has enabled us to print on substrates that would otherwise be damaged by the heat of heat fusing digital printing, as well as the high scratch resistance that this technology permits over the security impressions,” says Alvaro Castro, director of Operation, Empresas Jordan S.A. “In addition, the presses’ compatibility with our pre- and post-processing equipment has eliminated the need for further capital investments.” Empresas Jordan S.A. chose the Nipson 7000 for its unique magnetography imaging technology. The non-impact, cold flash-fusing process and Variable Speed Control allows the Nipson 7000 to print on a wider range of substrates. It can run the most fragile 17 lb. bond to heavy 110 lb. tag stock, both coated and non-coated, in addition to paper, labels, foils and tip-on cards. “The Nipson 7000 has enabled us to meet our goal to convert information from paper to electronic media, with superior end product results that have benefited both the company and our customers,” adds Castro.




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