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JenMar Graphics First in New Jersey To Own HP Indigo 3000

Wednesday, April 30, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

TOTOWA, N.J.--April 29, 2003-- JenMar Graphics, a leading printing and pre-press company within the New Jersey and New York area for over 25 years, is the first New Jersey company to own the Hewlett Packard Indigo 3000. The company purchased the cutting edge piece of technology in January. JenMar has introduced the new technology to new customers such as Seiko and Samsung, who have all recently had their short run work printed off the new press. Seiko, for example had their in-house 150 page, 60 copy brochure printed off JenMar's HP. Designed for the most demanding production environments, the HP Indigo Press 3000 delivers up to 5- color printing, high definition images and outstanding substrate selection. The HP Indigo sets the standard for high quality, high volume digital printing. HP's robust performance also includes its ability to accommodate publishers for "shortrun" projects. Such short run work and On-Demand Printing is what Joseph Russo, President and Owner of JenMar Graphics, said he has planned for the HP. "The industry has changed in that nobody wants to print a 5000 piece brochure when they only need 500," said Russo. Because of the new press, Russo is ready to bring JenMar into the new level of On-Demand Printing. "On-Demand printing is the wave of the future and like we have always been, JenMar wants to be on the cutting edge." JenMar has also announced it will be expanding into the Boston region with a launch of a sales office in June. The company plans to bring JenMar's expertise to the region. The Boston office will be run by Mr. Russo's eldest daughter Jenn, who is currently Head of Marketing for the company.

 

 

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