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Finch Paper's Changes Fulfill Market Requirements

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Already known for high-quality uncoated papers and industry-leading customer service, Finch Paper president Joseph Raccuia announces significant product development and marketing plans to fulfill current and upcoming market needs. 

As a result, customers will find
- increasingly broader selections of digital and traditional papers that match across platforms,
- more environmental choices which deliver high quality for less money,
- papers that are easier to understand and order using forthcoming swatchbooks, an at-a-glance stocking guide, and trial packs; and
- increased variety of communications vehicles with more, and timely, information available through the web and email.

“Our ‘value delivered’ promise means that we have to continuously assess our customers’ changing reality of what value is; and consequently modify whatever we need to, in order to deliver that value,” says Raccuia.

Digital and Conventional Printing, Together
The growth of digital printing is making complex projects easier and more affordable then ever before. For instance, growing numbers of jobs require both offset and digital printed components. As a result, they increasingly require an efficient, cross-platform house paper solution. To this end, Finch Paper is this week detailing the expansion of the Finch Casa Opaque product line. Featuring 30% post-consumer recycled fiber at an affordable price point, Finch Casa Opaque is now stocked for both digital and conventional printing.

Ergonomic Packaging Considerations Result in Faster Turn-Around
Early market feedback is highly positive about a new digital paper package design that makes it substantially easier to access paper. The new Finch Paper “Operator’s Box” design, so named for the growing numbers of digital press operators who represent a broader physical spectrum than that of conventional pressmen, allows easy opening and closing of the carton from the end. As a result, cartons can be accessed easily, safely, and much more quickly than conventional boxes.

Raccuia says that new paper and related announcements, including this week’s Finch Casa Opaque line extension news, will be revealed over the next several weeks.




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