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Western States Offers New Digi-Clear Envelopes

Friday, August 28, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

MILWAUKEE, WI - Keeping more profits in-house is what printers and distributors can do with new Digi-Clear envelopes from Western States Envelope & Label. This new side seam window envelope delivers unmatched quality for short runs on all digital four-color laser/toner-based equipment.

Unlike other digital window envelopes that have foggy windows, Digi-Clear windows stay perfectly clear without shrinkage or distortion at high operating temperatures. In fact, the clarity of the Digi-Clear window is better than any existing digital window solution in the marketplace.

"We listened to what our printers and distributors were asking for when we created this product," said Steve Brocker, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Western States. "With the explosion of four-color digital presses in the market, the demand for a high-performance clear window envelope was constant. We tested various envelope styles and window films on our customers' digital presses until we had a solution that not only looked better, but worked better than what was currently being of fered."

Thanks to the durability and quality crafted into Digi-Clear window envelopes, printers and distributors can do more for their customers while boosting their bottom line. "We plan on developing other digital-friendly product solutions that will keep short-run printing profits in-house for our customers," added Brocker.

Western States will feature Digi-Clear window envelopes running on the new Xante Ilumina Digital Color Press at PRINT 09 in Chicago's McCormick Place from September 11-16, 2009 (Booth #1667).

 

 

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