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New Finch Fine Color Copy Now Shipping

Friday, June 05, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Glens Falls, NY -- Finch Fine Color Copy, the high quality, affordable paper well known among in-plants and corporate users, is now available in digital production press sizes and is shipping immediately.
 
Finch Fine Color Copy brings the hammer down on inflated prices. This super smooth, uncoated paper is priced for today and stocked for both digital color production presses and copiers for greater productivity and profitability. Finch Fine Color Copy features new basis weights, 19x13 sheet sizes, plus FSC certification and 10% post-consumer recycled fiber.

Finch Fine Color Copy matches popular Finch Fine Text and Cover to support brand identity programs and cross-platform projects.
 
"Customers are looking to Finch for cost-effective alternatives," says Anthony McDowell, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "Finch Fine Color Copy is hands-down the best value as one of the brightest, smoothest and most affordable premium papers for full-color printing and copying."
 
Applications
Everyday full-color production and copying, marketing brochures and booklets, newsletters, posters, flyers, kit inserts, reports, and proposals.
 
Benefits
    •    Vivid colors and sharp detail
    •    High-tech surface maximizes toner adhesion
    •    Easy, jam-free runnability
    •    An environmental choice
    •    Affordable
    •    Guaranteed Digital Performance
Specifications
    •    98 bright
    •    High-tech surface
    •    FSC certified
    •    10% pcw
    •    Available in 24 lb. to 100 lb. cover
    •    New 19x13 sheets
    •    New 20.5x14.33 sheets
    •    New 100 lb. text
    •    New easy-open cartons
    •    Affordable price

 

 

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