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xpedx Integrated Printing Solutions at Graph Expo

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Printers Benefit with Streamlined Workflow; New Digital, Offset and Wide Format Offerings
 
xpedx, the leading business-to-business distribution company in North America, will demonstrate how printers can take advantage of new technologies to grow their business at Graph Expo, Oct. 7-12 at McCormick Place South in Chicago.
 
"In this quickly changing industry, printers can rely on xpedx for the broadest offering of fully integrated printing solutions," said Dennis Killion, director, marketing-Graphics, xpedx. "With both substrates and equipment available, plus resources across digital, wide format and offset, xpedx is in a strong position to discuss with Graph Expo attendees how to take advantage of any new opportunities in their market."
 
The xpedx booth (#1656) will feature equipment including EFI Rastek H652, HP Designjet L26500, Epson SureColor S70670, Esko Kongsberg XN24, Konica Minolta bizhub PRESS C8000, and X-Rite. The display will also showcase software from EFI Digital StoreFront and Onyx, and various paper, synthetic, flexible and rigid substrates from industry leading suppliers.
 
xpedx team members will explain how its full service support helps customers meet current and future demands, streamline their workflow, improve productivity, and enhance their digital, offset and wide format offerings.
 
"Printers who adopt emerging trends and technology are the ones who will be the most successful," Killion said. "Our Graph Expo display will have our expert sales and support staff on hand to discuss a wide range of these printing solutions with attendees."

 

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