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GPA Announces Expanded Wide Format Offering

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – Due to demand from the market and their customers, GPA proudly announces that they are expanding their offering of substrates for wide format presses. GPA first announced their entry into the wide format market at GRAPH EXPO 14 with the launch of their Wide Format Product Catalog, featuring Concept® Media Solutions. As demand has grown, GPA has expanded their offering to fulfill the diverse needs of their customers. 

As established experts in pressure sensitive and specialty applications, the entry into the wide format market was a natural extension of GPA’s substrates for offset and digital printing. Many of GPA’s customers already own wide format press equipment; now, they can look to GPA as a single source of substrates for the unique needs of their pressroom.

GPA’s offering for wide format presses includes:

  • White, Clear & Translucent Vinyl
  • Static Cling Vinyl
  • Floor & Carpet Graphics
  • Wall Graphics
  • Vehicle Wraps
  • Window & Perforated Graphics
  • Pressure Sensitive Paper
  • Mounting Films & Laminates

GPA’s growing line of Concept® Media Solutions is available in a huge variety of face materials, adhesives and liners to accommodate the largest variety of applications and printing processes. All of these items are stocked nationally for immediate service.

GPA’s new wide format product offering can help GPA’s customers expand into higher margin specialty media applications and engagewith new customers in a broad range of vertical markets. Some of today’s most lucrative vertical markets include: point-of-purchase, regional grocery andrestaurant chains, displays, prototypes, sports and entertainment events, hospitality and conventions.

 

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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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