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3 Sigma Introduces 54-inch Wide Coupon Stock

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Troy, OH -- 3 Sigma Corporation, a leading supplier of pressure-sensitive and other materials to the label industry, has introduced 54-inch master roll widths of its popular Standard Circle Coupon label stock.  Offered from stock, the product features 3 Sigma AT2000 adhesive and 40-pound liner.  Other configurations—such as the popular 3 Sigma PE3 permanent adhesive—are available as custom orders with five-day lead times.
 
According to 3 Sigma Marketing Manager Terry Cudney, “3 Sigma continues to expand the label stock options available to customer for their converting needs.  “We have been manufacturing the Universal Coupon product line for 15 years and earlier this year surpassed 100 Billion square inches of production. Over that time, we have provided our various constructions to more than 350 converters worldwide.  3 Sigma Universal Coupon products are available in Standard and Tight Circle Wavy patterns to meet every converting need.  Master rolls are available in 20-, 30-, 40-, and now 54-inch widths ( Standard Circle only).”
 
Since 1980, 3 Sigma has been a fast-growing, resourceful innovator of specialty pressure sensitive adhesive coated products.  3 Sigma offers expertise in solvent, emulsion, and hot melt technologies, to provide the optimum solution for any label need.  Quality teams monitor and inspect material throughout the manufacturing process according to ISO 9001:2000 guidelines, to ensure that 3 Sigma customers receive the best label stock available.  For additional information, log on to www.3sigma.cc, or call 927-440-3400 or 800-347-3091.

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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