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Oce Expands Outdoor Large Format Inkjet Media Range

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, June 22 -- Oce, a global leader in digital document management and delivery solutions, announces the availability of Oce Outdoor Polypropylene Banner material for producing large format inkjet display graphics prints. This medium broadens the Oce range of outdoor large format offerings, which includes polyester, vinyl, scrim and Tyvek media. Oce Outdoor Polypropylene Banner (OBPOLY8) material is a versatile, universal banner medium designed exclusively to meet the needs of the retail signage market. It is a medium-weight material with an opaque white inkjet coating that can accept both dye and pigment inks. Its bright white appearance over a smooth polypropylene base and excellent light blocking ability make it ideal for producing retail and point-of-purchase signage, exhibit displays and outdoor banners. Oce Outdoor Polypropylene Banner material features biaxial tear resistance, giving it added strength for use in outdoor applications. Polypropylene material is valued by the display graphics industry as an economical medium for short-term outdoor applications. Two other polypropylene media, IBPOLY7 and UBPOLY7 designed for indoor use, are also available from Oce. Oce Outdoor Polypropylene Banner is available in 36- and 42-inch wide by 200-foot long rolls and 50- and 60-inch wide by 100-foot long rolls. It is available for order now. How to Order Oce Imaging Supplies Oce provides its customers with easy online ordering of media and access to display graphics technical support through the Oce Imaging Supplies Resource Center and e-commerce website at http://www.oceusa.com .




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