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Van Son Now Offering a Low-Cost GFI Rental Program

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Are you looking to make Pantone colors in minutes with accurate color consistency?

Hauppauge, NY – Van Son Holland Ink Corporation, a leading manufacturer of ink and pressroom supplies, is now offering a low-cost GFI rental program.  With the GFI machine you will be able to make ink on demand, have better color consistency, reduce waste, and have the ability to create custom colors.

“Our GFI rental program offers customers an opportunity to gain the benefits of a GFI machine in an economical way.” said John Sammis, President of Van Son Holland Ink Corporation of America. 

With the GFI rental program a skilled Van Son employee will come out and install your machine for you and the machine will be up and running in no time at all.  The GFI machine has an accuracy tolerance of .001 lb (0.5 g) so that you can have better color consistency at your fingertips.  Additionally, you will be able to produce PMS colors in 15 minutes or less.  Ordering too much ink to be on the safe side will become a thing of the past with the GFI rental because if you need more you can always make it.  With the GFI machine you can run reports on almost anything you can think of (VOC emissions, inventory levels, batch costing, etc.) and you can create your own custom colors and save them to duplicate them with reliability each and every time.

Van Son was founded in 1872 and is a leading manufacturer of ink and pressroom supplies.  As printing technology continues to evolve, Van Son’s team of ink formulators are busy creating new and better inks — formulas for today’s emerging trends and technologies — and even experimental printing applications destined to become the printing standards of the next generation of printers.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Allison Grovak at 630-625-7922 or email at agrovak@vansonink.com.


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