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JenMar Graphics Bringing On-demand Print Services to Boston

Tuesday, June 03, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

BOSTON--June 2, 2003-- JenMar Graphics, a national printing and pre-press company with over 25 years experience, has announced it will be expanding its operations into the Boston area in June. The new sales office will be located at 110 Newbury St. in Boston's Back Bay. The office will serve as the main point for JenMar's Northeast clients. Because of the vast and competitive market in New York City which is home to many of JenMar's clients, there has always been a need for JenMar to constantly be on the cutting edge of technology. It is this technology and experience serving New York clients, Joseph Russo, president and owner of JenMar said, he wants to bring to Boston. "We want to expand our technology to Boston," said Russo. "There is a wealth of opportunity for what we at JenMar have to offer the Boston market." JenMar, headquartered in New Jersey, was the first company in the state to own the HP Indigo Press 3000. JenMar's acquisition of the HP Indigo set the stage for the company's new On-Demand, short-run, and personalized digital work. Designed for the most demanding production environments, the HP Indigo Press delivers up to five-color, high-definition and both high and low volume printing. JenMar has introduced the new technology to customers such as Ralph Lauren. McGraw Hill and Jobson Publishing. Other JenMar clients that are using the technology include Calvin Klein, Casio, Armani and C.B Richard Ellis. "The industry has changed in that nobody wants to print a 5,000-piece brochure when they only need 500, "said Russo. "Our technology will allow our clients in Boston to meet this new need as they do business in a vastly different economic climate and with diverse production needs." JenMar also announced the launch of its new website - www.jenmar.com. The website is a comprehensive overview of JenMar's capabilities. It also signifies the company's sustained commitment to its customers. "The new website is our way to communicate JenMar's message and dedication to being an industry leader," said Russo.




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