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BÖWE BELL + HOWELL and Cenveo announce exclusive distribution agreement

Friday, February 19, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Wheeling, Ill. – BÖWE BELL + HOWELL (BBH) and Cenveo today announced an exclusive agreement whereby BBH will distribute Cenveo's roll-based, windowed envelope materials for the BBH MAILStream Inveloper. The agreement provides BBH customers with the ability to use roll-fed windowed envelopes to create highly personalized envelopes at speeds of up to 30,000 envelopes per hour. The materials can be preprinted with customer-supplied logos.

The windowed material creates a First-Class or Standard Mail mailpiece, and delivers significant savings, efficiency improvements and environmental benefits.

"The BBH MAILStream Inveloper provides the most effective and efficient means for high-speed mailing," said Mark Van Gorp, BBH vice president of business development. "With the use of the Cenveo roll-based windowed envelopes, mailers can create documents in many formats and sizes using a low-cost, efficient roll-based process. That is a significant advantage for mailers who want to create a personalized mailpiece that still delivers all of the benefits of an enveloped piece."

"We are pleased to be collaborating with BBH on this exciting project, which delivers significant operational benefits and harnesses the potential of green and lean mail production," said Steve Kouroupas, senior vice president, Cenveo. "It aligns well with our own focus on developing and implementing environmentally sound and sustainable solutions."

The BBH MAILStream Inveloper is an eco-friendly mailing system that dynamically creates personalized bills and statements at significant savings over traditional mailpieces. The system and its innovative design enable the creation of documents in all standard formats on a single machine, deliver significant improvements in efficiency, and dramatically reduce paper costs and usage by as much as 40 percent.

"We fully expect this technology to bring about dramatic changes in the mailing industry," added Van Gorp.

 

 

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