Unigraphic Expands Service Offerings With KPG Directpress 5034 DI System
Press release from the issuing company
Norwalk, Connecticut, USA — UniGraphic, a Woburn, Mass., trade shop, recently installed the Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG) DirectPress 5034 DI System to offer the flexibility of short run color printing to its customers.
“When the same vendor provides several services, the result is better communication, more ‘one stop’ shopping and customer loyalty,” said Bob Quinlan, President, UniGraphic. “Overall, the KPG DirectPress 5034 DI System can provide higher quality printing in shorter run lengths, which leads to more competitive pricing and faster turnaround.”
UniGraphic has been providing commercial printing, digital imaging, proofing and scanning services for more than 35 years. UniGraphic specializes mostly in advertising and publication work. The company bought the KPG DirectPress 5034 DI System to increase its market reach.
The KPG DirectPress 5034 DI System brings together the quality advantages of offset printing with the workflow and automation benefits of digital printing. This combination presents new growth opportunities for commercial printers, trade shops, or digital service bureaus that want to tap into the growing demand for high quality, quick turnaround, short run, four color work.
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