Sir Speedy First Franchise to Install Heidelberg NexPress
Press release from the issuing company
MISSION VIEJO, Calif.--March 3, 2003--Sir Speedy franchisees Alan Gardner and John Riley, Newark, Del., have purchased the newest color digital printing technology available from Heidelberg -- the NexPress 2100.
The center now offers customers the advantages of premium quality and customized printing with virtually immediate delivery. Sir Speedy is the first franchise to offer customers the benefits of this technology.
"The NexPress adds to our product offerings to meet our customers' needs and gives us a distinct advantage in the marketplace -- especially with digital color," said Gardner. "We now have the flexibility of a color copier and the quality of a press, offering customers unprecedented flexibility."
With the addition of this technology, Sir Speedy of Newark expands its customer offerings with both long and short color runs, which include a wide range of applications including personalized marketing materials, variable print production and other print-on-demand applications. Customers can take advantage of premium quality, customized printing with virtually immediate delivery.
"We are delighted that Sir Speedy has chosen the NexPress 2100 and Heidelberg to be their partners in progress. This first installation of a Heidelberg NexPress 2100 at a franchise location demonstrates their commitment to digital integration," said Vahaaj Khan, director, digital product management, Heidelberg.
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