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Brown Printing expands co-mail capacity

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Waseca, MN – Brown Printing Company, in conjunction with their partner ALG Worldwide Logistics, today announced the expansion of their co-mail capacity and capabilities with the acquisition of two new SIM co-mail lines.  The new equipment brings the total number of co-mail lines in their Bolingbrook, IL facility to five. 

With these additions, Brown will significantly increase overall co-mail capacity allowing for innovative options and greater postage savings for their customers.  The first of the two machines, a 36 pocket SIM co-mailer equipped with 2 thin pocket feeders to accommodate product down to 8 pages, will be installed in June 2010.  The second line is slated for installation in the fourth quarter of 2010. The machines will further Brown's unrivaled scheduling flexibility while accommodating diverse inkjet font capabilities and polybag options.

"Co-mailing has become an integral part of our customers' distribution chain, and as with all our services, we continually look to drive innovation and efficiency into the process," said Pat Bayer, Director of Brown Logistics Services. "The addition of these two lines will provide additional flexibility and opportunities for our customers all while maximizing their postal discounts."




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