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Tri-Win Digital Print & Direct Mail is First to Offer UV Inkjet in Texas

Monday, August 01, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Dallas, TX, – Tri-Win Digital Print & Direct Mail has purchased the Video Jet 4410 Solvent and UV Ink Jet Printing System making them the first company in Texas to offer UV inkjet printing services.

New technology provides increased productivity.
Tri-Win has always focused on giving customers top quality products, superior customer service, and lower prices. With the installation of their new ink jet equipment Tri-Win will increase the quality and versatility of their printing options. The Video Jet 4410 Solvent and UV Ink Jet Printing System can print high quality black and white graphics on nearly any substrate. The 1-3 second drying time provides major benefits to image quality leaving a much cleaner graphic with distinct definition and clean lines. Whether the substrate is PVC cards, aqueous coated material, or nearly any high gloss stock, or a more porous medium like paper, the nearly instantaneous drying time prevents ink spreading and image distortion.

In addition to the image quality of the Video Jet 4410, the new machine has the ability to print directly from a pdf file, bringing variable data printing capabilities to an ink jet machine. In a single job customers can change the position of logos, names, maps, or any graphic element on every single printed piece. This versatility reduces the number of different jobs, set up time and increases Tri-Win's efficiency.

Investing in the future.

Tri-Win is always looking for opportunities to add value to their direct mail and digital printing services; monochromatic cut-sheet printing, single-pass inserting, QR Code generation, variable data printing, UV ink Jet services and data list maintenance, are just a few of the unique innovative services that Tri-Win provides to their growing clients.

Investing in smart technology provides opportunities for growth, no matter what state the economy is in, but being able to invest without borrowing money sets Tri-Win apart from most print and mail companies. Every piece of equipment that Tri-Win uses is owned outright. Every process in place is evaluated for efficiency. Tri-Win constantly looks for ways to do things faster, better, or cheaper without sacrificing the quality of the product, and the benefits of the new processes get passed on to their customers.

Superior customer service is the standard.
The constant search to enhance the quality of Tri-Win's processes is just one way they separate themselves from the competition through service. Tri-Win has some of the latest technology in the direct mail industry, but they built their customer base by focusing on customer service. "It's important to us to make the direct mail process as easy as it can be. We want you to know that you can give us your project and we will take care of the details. We can purchase your data list, design your mailer, print the pieces, and get everything in the mail. We can take care of all the details of your direct mail campaign so you can take care of the details of running your business," Scott Swanner, Operations Manager.

Tri-Win's dedication to efficiency and superior customer service allowed them to grow every year for 15 years. Now they boast nearly 500 clients and send out an average of 500,000 pieces of mail every day. You don't pay for unnecessary labor; you don't pay for interest payments. When you work with Tri-Win you pay for the most efficient mail shop process available. With the addition of a new Video Jet 4410 Solvent and UV Ink Jet Printing System their print shop is ready for new business.


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