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GPA Introduces New Clingz Kit

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL (August 27, 2008)  – GPA is proud to introduce the addition of the ClingZ sample kit to their offering of product samples. This new kit is an informational resource designed to help offset printers identify application opportunities for ClingZ, as well as offer technical guidance for storage, design and production.

Each ClingZ kit contains:
•    The Advantage: Who Do You Target, for offset printing
•    Design, Production, Storage & Handling Guidelines
•    Frequently Asked Questions
•    Unprinted samples of ClingZ & ClingZ with VersaLiner
•    Printed samples

A unique product, ClingZ is an electrically charged printable polypropylene film that sticks to virtually any smooth, clean surface including brick, wood, plastic, metal, marble and more. It makes excellent temporary signage because it can be easily replaced without harming existing fixtures or leaving any kind of residue. ClingZ is ideal for retail signage, temporary wall décor, sports cards, magazine inserts and much more.

The original ClingZ is available in 2.0 mil white or clear film, tipped on a 10 pt. C1S printable liner. ClingZ with VersaLiner is available in 2.4 mil white or 2.0 mil clear film with a full contact printable 100# liner, tissue backed and polycoated on two sides. It is available in a variety of sizes for offset presses, and is also available in a 12" x 18" HP Indigo compatible sheet.

The ClingZ sample kit is a comprehensive tool with everything a printer needs to know to start making an impact with this revolutionary new material.

For more information on the ClingZ kit or to request a copy, visit www.askgpa.com or contact GPA Customer Service at 800-395-9000.

 

 

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