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Masterpiece Graphix & Transilwrap partner to treat & distribute digital materials

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Fenton, MO – Masterpiece Graphix (MGX) of St. Louis, Missouri, has partnered with Transilwrap, a manufacturer of printable plastics and synthetics, to digitally treat and distribute Transilwrap's entire product line to the global digital printing market. This agreement will grant MGX customers access to previously unavailable digital-ready materials like Azuna 3D, Pro-Print synthetics, styrene, block-out PVC, and gift & credit card substrates.  All Transilwrap products will be specifically engineered to be compatible with the HP Indigo press series. Select products will also be designed to be compatible with other digital press technologies including the Xerox iGen and Kodak Nexpress.

This co-branded agreement will be in effect for an extended period, allowing Masterpiece Graphix to distribute digital-ready Transilwrap products throughout the digital printing marketplace.

"This partnership will provide greater accessibility to digital media to Transilwrap and MGX customers and showcase both companies commitments as leading providers of digital media," said Greg Carlin, National Sales Manager for Transilwrap.

"We are really excited about the partnership with Transilwrap," said Dan Lawellin, National Sales Manager for Masterpiece Graphix. "They bring a large number of unique products to the table that many digital customers have been looking for.  Combing these materials with Masterpiece Graphix's advances in digital coating technology and material development will help open new market opportunities for digital press users.  We have already created exclusive new products in conjunction with Transilwrap, and we look forward to continuing to expand the synthetic substrate options available for dry toner, HP Indigo, and inkjet users."




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