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Consumer Packaging Needs Promote Technological Acquisitions

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Cutting-edge machinery increases efficiencies  

PHOENIX, Ariz. -  Today, corporations like Walmart are asking brands to reduce packaging sizes by significant percentages to increase space on shelves. Stricter financial targets, combined with consumer demands for speedy delivery, place yet more pressure on companies to shorten lead times without sacrificing quality. For commercial printers, one of the best options to keep up with the needs of the market lies with acquisitions of advanced equipment.

To that end, Prisma, a full-service marketing solutions firm based in Phoenix, Ariz., has significantly increased its capabilities in the folding carton market with the installation of a Heidelberg Easygluer 100. Built for productivity and flexibility, the machinery has the ability to handle a broad spectrum of folded and glued carton styles. With the new technology, companies like Prisma can meet prevailing desires for consumer packaging with quick turnarounds that don’t sacrifice construction quality. 

Chad Carmody, a Prisma account executive specializing in packaging, said that clients already look to the award-winning company for leadership and solutions for their retail packaging and that the new addition would provide “increased speeds and greater accuracy.” 

Satisfying client needs in the modern marketplace requires order fulfillment with shorter runs and decreased lead times. By staying ahead of the game with technological acquisitions such as its new carton-folding and gluing machinery, Prisma aims to provide flexible packaging solutions for all clients with its streamlined, high-quality process.

For more information on Prisma and its services, visit prismagraphic.com.


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