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YAMAGATA Adds New Digital Print Facilities in Australia & the United States

Friday, March 23, 2007

Press release from the issuing company

SAN DIEGO--March 22, 2007-- Yamagata America Inc. has added new digital printing facilities in Oregon and Australia. The new facilities let companies using the XLdoc marketing Web portal quickly and easily produce brochures for customers in the northwest United States, Australia and New Zealand. XLdoc lets marketing and sales personnel log in from anywhere in the world. They can quickly create and customize marketing materials with everything from languages and regional images to dealer contact information. They successfully target and communicate with customers, while maintaining all-important corporate branding. In the exact quantities needed, materials are printed locally in Japan, Southeast Asia, Europe, China, the United States and now Australia. "XLdoc is a dynamic marketing tool that makes it easy to create, update and localize marketing materials," said Shiro Fujimoto, Yamagata America president. "The new print facilities let our clients print these materials locally in more places, saving them time and money." Australia and New Zealand are key global markets. The Australian print facility offers companies complete marketing coverage in this important region. In addition to dramatically reducing turnaround times, it reduces expenses related to obsolescence, warehousing and shipping. Both new facilities are equipped with HP Indigo digital presses. They offer consistent, high quality color printing and fast turnaround times for the global XLdoc on-demand publishing system.

 

 

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