Jetrion Names Think Ink A National Distributor For Cij And Dod Inkjet Products
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, IL, October 11, 2004 — Jetrion LLC, a leading global provider of advanced products, services and specialized solutions for industrial inkjet applications, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Flint Ink, has named Think Ink Inc. a national distributor for Jetrion's lines of continuous inkjet (CIJ) and drop-on-demand (DOD) ink products.
Headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland, Think Ink is a leading distributor of ink supplies to addressing and direct mail companies throughout North America.
"Think Ink's strong national distribution capability gives us immediate access to regional direct mailers and addressing customers, and opens a new channel to the medium-size companies in those inkjet market segments,” said Dr. Kenneth Stack, president of Jetrion. "Think Ink complements our direct distribution of Jetrion products to our existing customer base, which is primarily comprised of major finishers, binders and other high-volume users of our CIJ and DOD ink products."
David Don, president of Think Ink, noted, "We're very pleased to include the Jetrion line of advanced, high-quality CIJ and solvent DOD inks in our product catalog. Jetrion is an innovative company on the cutting edge of inkjet technology, and with the addition of these outstanding CIJ and DOD inks to our product portfolio, we now offer our customers the industry's widest spectrum of ink choices. We're looking forward to a long and productive association with Jetrion."
Jetrion’s digital ink products can be ordered at any time using Think Ink's Web site, www.buyinkonline.com.
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