October 24, 2007 -- Andover, Massachusetts - Standard Finishing Systems, a leading supplier of post press and paper handling solutions, has launched a completely redesigned, user-friendly website aimed at helping their customers and prospects access the information they need quickly and easily.
Anyone researching post press or paper handling equipment can bookmark HYPERLINK "http://www.standardfinishing.com" www.standardfinishing.com, where information on Standard Horizon and Standard Hunkeler feeding and finishing solutions and other finishing-related content are available. Detailed product information, digital brochures, customer testimonials, a dealer locator, partner information, news releases, and more are presented in an intuitive, easy-to-use format.
The site serves Standards commercial print, in-plant, print on demand and trade bindery customers, as well as the high-volume direct mail, service bureau, financial and transactional print markets. The site also serves the digital duplicating and office/mailing markets served by Standard Business Systems, a sister division of Standard Finishing Systems.
"One goal was to bring our website into creative alignment with our overall branding," said David Reny, Managing Director, Standard Finishing Systems. "But more importantly, we wanted an improved platform to help our customers and sales partners get the vital product information they need fast and easily. This new site helps us do that."
Standard Finishing Systems, a division of Standard Duplicating Machines Corporation, is based in Andover, Massachusetts. A leading supplier of print finishing systems, paper handling equipment and reprographic products, Standard utilizes a network of independent dealers and a direct sales force in the United States and Canada. For more information, call 877-404-4460. Or, visit the Standard website at HYPERLINK "http://www.standardfinishing.com/" http://www.standardfinishing.com.
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