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Pacific Graphic Supply Signs Exclusive Distributor Agreement with RBP Chemical Technology

Friday, March 28, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

MILWAUKEE, WIS. - RBP Chemical Technology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announced today an agreement with Pacific Graphic Supply, Ontario, California, to distribute RBP products in California. This exclusive distribution agreement will provide timely, personalized service and support to a wide range of commercial printers within the California territory, from smaller print shops to larger enterprises.   

“The demand for RBP products on the West coast is at the center of this agreement. These folks deserve the product reliability and quality they’re looking for in addition to expert customer service and technical support,” explains Mark Heimerl, director of sales and marketing, RBP Chemical Technology. “This strategic partnership eliminates any geographic limitations with the highly qualified and local service they’ll receive through Pacific Graphic Supply.” 

Serving the graphic arts industry in press and coating blankets as well as consumables for every print application, Pacific Graphic Supply carries the full line of RBP products. Chemicals include sheetfed fountain concentrates, heat set fountain concentrates, general press washes, and specialty washes in addition to the newly released CA 1171 press wash, designed to meet all California EPA regulatory guidelines.

According to Mark McClain, president, Pacific Graphic Supply, the decision to partner with RBP was tied to the distributor’s business plan to expand into the pressroom chemistry market. “RBP is the best choice in chemistry due to a decades-strong reputation as an industry leader and its extensive, proven line of products and beyond-reproach expertise in new product research and development.”

For Pacific Graphic Supply, McClain feels the partnership with RBP will earn it good solid growth in the California marketplace for years to come. 


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