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Creative Composition Purchases KODAK NEXPRESS 2100 Plus Press

Monday, September 12, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, September 11, 2005 – Creative Composition today announced their purchase of a new KODAK NEXPRESS 2100 plus digital color production press to set in motion their transformation from print provider to full-service marketing communications provider. The NEXPRESS 2100 plus press was purchased during the Print 05 exhibition at Chicago's McCormick Place. Based in Orland, Calif., Creative Composition was founded in 1968 and is in its second generation of family ownership. The company today has 25 employees, focused on meeting its customers' printing, advertising and mailing needs with web offset and sheetfed printing. The purchase of the NEXPRESS 2100 plus system marks Creative Composition's move into digital. The company sees new opportunities in the ability deliver full-color variable data solutions for its customers. “The NEXPRESS system allows Creative Composition to become more than a provider of ink on paper. It lets us move toward providing our clients with marketing solutions that will help them gain and retain more customers by increasing response rates and getting their message to market faster,” said Mark Hendry, president, Creative Composition. Launched at Print 05, the NEXPRESS 2100 plus press features a highly modular platform for maximum configuration flexibility, and incorporates new features such as increased paper capacity and media flexibility. Customers are able to upgrade their presses as they grow their businesses, with options to select paper capacity, increase processing capability, and add a fifth imaging unit to expand printing services.




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