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Buhrs Hosts Open House 2005

Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

May 31, 2005 -- For the fourth time in succession the Buhrs Group is hosting its Open House on 16th, 17th and 18th of June at the premises of Buhrs-ITM in the German town of Löhne. New innovative products, customised solutions and system highlights in the field of Mailing & Fulfillment are just some of the items, which are being presented under the motto ‘Experience one world of flexibility’. Buhrs has recently developed four complete new film wrapping methods, which package printed and media products in a unique way. Buhrs HeaderSeal (Picture 1) draws more attention to the sealed product, thanks to an eye-catching message on top. Buhrs HalfWrap (Picture 2) allows potential buyers a peek into the contents without giving them access to the entire magazine - an ingenious design that stimulates sales. The new Buhrs SleeveWrap (Picture 3) is ideal for packaging various products together. And the innovative Buhrs SideSeal (Picture 4) improves the image of the product because there is no longer any visible seal on the front or back of the product. Buhrs will demonstrate at the Open House interesting software solutions, such as controlling, reporting, and handling of data, as well as the successful Buhrs envelope inserting systems. One of the events taking place during the Open House on 16th June, is the international conference forum: ‘The Future of Mail . . . Direct Mail’ with information and discussions on actual branch trends. This year also calls for a big celebration. The Buhrs Group will be celebrating Buhrs-ITM’s 10-year anniversary! Please visit the Buhrs website at www.buhrs.com for additional information on the Open House, as well as on the system highlights.

 

 

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