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FoldedColor Packaging Named Edison Awards Finalist

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

CORONA, Calif – FoldedColor Packaging is pleased to announce that it has been named a finalist in the 2016 Edison Awards for www.FoldedColor.com, its revolutionary web-to-carton solution for cost-effective, high-quality production of short-run folding carton orders. Garnering its inspiration from famed inventor, the late Thomas Alva Edison, the annual awards recognize some of the most innovative products in the world and are among the most prestigious accolades honoring excellence in new product and service development.

“We’re thrilled to be among this year’s Edison Awards finalists,” said Jan Steiner, president and CEO of FoldedColor Packaging, who will be in attendance at the Edison Awards Gala on April 21, when winners will be revealed. “This recognition is a testament to our team’s innovation, and it further validates FoldedColor’s position as a game-changer in the folding carton space.”

FoldedColor Packaging is the only online folding carton manufacturer with a fully integrated web-based order entry system where users can select box templates online, obtain instant pricing, edit online or offline, approve their design through an interactive 3D proof, order short-runs as low as 50 boxes, print unlimited spot colors at no additional charge, and receive their order in as little as five to seven business days. No other company in the world can stake this claim.

All folding cartons are manufactured on premium solid bleached sulfate (SBS) paperboard that is SFI certified and fully recyclable. FoldedColor’s proprietary extended color gamut printing technology employs a seven-color offset process that produces brilliant colors and graphics.

 

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