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Sandy Alexander Expands Wide & Grand Format with Addition of a Durst 500R

Monday, September 19, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Clifton, NJ. --Sandy Alexander Inc., one of the nation's leading, high-end commercial graphics communications companies, has acquired another Durst RHO UV inkjet production digital printer 5-meter-wide 500R for "soft" Wide & Grand Format printing. With the purchase of its 4th Durst UV Inkjet digital printer, Sandy Alexander continues to expand its presence in the $10 billion Out-of-Home market.

Mike Graff, President and CEO of Sandy Alexander said, "Our explosive growth in the wide & grand format and the retail visual merchandising business has been due to our industry leading color expertise. With the advanced color management workflow available with our printers, we can provide the highest color consistency and brand equity for our clients across a multitude of deliverables –from the smallest postcard to stadium wraps, all under one roof...and in today's marketplace, clients are demanding brand consistency on a global basis"

Graff also pointed out that the environmental credentials of the Durst printers make an excellent complement to Sandy Alexander's environmental leading position in the industry including a carbon neutral wide & grand format facility and Sandy's powering of its operations with 100% wind energy.

In addition, Mike said, "With the most advanced color management, most effective and economical large-format imagers ever developed, combined with our cutting edge environmental position, we have molded Sandy Alexander into the unquestioned leader in the Grand Format and Retail Visual Merchandising marketplace."

The RHO 500R prints six-color, 600-dpi images on a wide variety of roll media at speeds up to 4,300 s.f/hr. It also is able to print three independent images from three separate job queues at the same time to achieve efficiency and handle a broader range of applications. The printer operates unattended, uses less ink than a comparable superwide platform, and minimizes operational cost due to its high productivity, advanced workflow and remarkable versatility.


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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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