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Kernow North America Launches New KIP Media Range

Friday, April 21, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsford, New York - For over forty years, Kernow North America has been at the forefront of producing synthetic media for the digital industry.  From large format Aqueous, Solvent, Latex, UV curable to Dry Toner and Design and repro media, used by printers for graphical, packaging, signage, advertising or technical-drawing applications.  Synthetics as a product category have experienced significant, sustained growth in the last decade as printers have increasingly changed over to digital synthetics versus conventional paper and lamination. 

Sales and Marketing director, Bosy Colak, said “It was a natural path for us to offer a product range for the KIP® Color print system. Our years of expertise in producing high quality dry toner and reprographics synthetic media, combined with the extraordinary print quality from the Kip® Color print system, has allowed us to deliver KIP® users a truly unique collection of media.”

KernowPrint KIP is a range of durable material suitable for manufacturing, architectural and technical drawings and more importantly products providing something a little more creative, tough enough to deliver excellent durability and printability while foregoing the need for lamination, thereby reducing time and cost, and providing the benefit of environmental sustainability.  Synthetics as a uniform sheet are recyclable while laminated paper is not.

For more information on the new KIP® Media Range® please contact Kernow North America at info@kernowna.com

 

 

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