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SITMA to showcase its robust and flexible envelope inserter with read and print capability at Print 2017

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

SITMA is the world leader in printed media, packaging and distribution systems with over 8,000 systems installed world-wide.  At this year’s Print 2017 exhibit from September 10-14 in Chicago, IL, SITMA will showcase one of its high-speed production envelope inserters.  The system will have fully integrated read and print functionality and employees will be on site to demonstrate the system’s features. 

SITMA is already the recognized brand leader for poly/film wrapping systems and paper wrapping systems in the world, and we will also have experts on site to discuss any projects for such technology and to share real-life successes through the help of the web, videos and samples. 

The company will have representatives from its subsidiary in the United States (SITMA USA) and from it’s International Headquarters in Spilamberto, Italy who are all looking forward to share with you what is new at SITMA and to discuss how we can help you with your envelope inserting, film/poly wrapping, general packaging and e-logistics needs.  At Print 2017 we will also have a subject expert on unaddressed mail in attendance who would welcome an opportunity to discuss this growing market with you and how SITMA has developed solutions specifically to this market segment.

Please join us at Print 2017.  We are located in booth 1658 in the Mailing and Fulfillment Area.

 

 

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