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Data-Mail Inc. upgrades its envelope production with latest W+D 627 envelope machine technology

Monday, June 19, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Lenexa Kansas  - W+D, the leading manufacturer of envelope converting and direct mail inserting technology, announced that Data-Mail Inc., Newington CT, one of the nation’s largest full-service direct mail production companies and one of the largest employers in Central CT, has purchased and installed the latest high performance 627RC web envelope machine with inline CI flexo print technology.  The 627RC machine can reach speeds of 1200 EPM (envelopes per minute) with the industry’s best four color register and tightest die cut/score tolerances.  This machine has been custom configured for Data-Mail’s unique and growing direct mail needs to further service their expanding customer base.

“Time-to-mailbox and cost savings are significant issues facing many in the direct mail industry today,” states Andrew Schipke VP Sales and Marketing for W+D North America.   “Mailers like Data-Mail  see the need to address this head on with in-house quick change, high performance, energy efficient technology that is scalable with in-line finishing enhancements  (embossing, UV coating, banding, foiling, custom shapes, etc.,) to add further value to their direct mail clients.”   Bruce Mandell, President of Data-Mail, Inc., further commented that, “As a major inserting operation, on behalf of our clients, it was also essential that the quality of the envelope maximize our downstream inserting productivity which is why after rigorous review the new W+D 627 envelope converting machine was our first choice.”

 

 

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