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Aldine Printing in New York adds Third Kluge Press

Thursday, November 05, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Aldine Printing, New York, NY, has expanded their print finishing capacity by adding a third Kluge press.  Their most recently installed Kluge 14x22 EHD Foil Stamping, Embossing and Diecutting Press is equipped with the adjustable impression feature for faster and easier make-readies.  Alan Zuniss, President of Aldine Printing, commented:  "We really like the adjustable impression. The make-ready is short and the flexibility it provides works well."  The EHD not only supports Aldine's main commercial printing business, it also complements the digital printing they now offer on-site.  
In business for 33 years, Aldine is a family-owned printing house located in the heart of New York's SoHo district.  Known for the best quality at a reasonable price, Aldine specializes in letterpress, engraving, foil-stamping, embossing, offset, thermography, die-cutting and custom index tabbing.  Committed to providing excellent customer service, attention to details and fast turn around time, Aldine has earned the trust of the world's most prestigious brands with their high end printing needs.  "Aldine is also your printing consultant," said Alan Zuniss, President of Aldine Printing.  "We will analyze artwork for prospective clients recommending which paper, print and finishing techniques will work best to help the client get a perfect end product.  The addition of the Kluge EHD will consolidate Aldine's objective of excellence and quality of impression."


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