xpedx and RYOBI debut new multi-color, 8-up offset press, plus new equipment, services for printers at Graph Expo
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, July 30, 2007—xpedx and RYOBI join together at Chicago’s Graph Expo 2007 in booth 3808 to show printers what’s new at the two companies. Highlights include the U.S. debut and live demos of the new 36x24”, 4-color RYOBI 924 offset press as well as demos of RYOBI’s highly advanced half- and quarter-size presses with dryers, coaters and UV systems. xpedx, exclusive U.S. marketer and distributor of RYOBI-branded presses, will discuss details on its new metro Kansas City demonstration and learning center for U.S. commercial, in-plant and specialty printers. The center opens in October.
Also in the Graph Expo booth, xpedx will demo its new, easy-to-use and affordable 3D/special effects lenticular printing system for color copiers. It will also show new bindery/finishing equipment offerings from xpedx and new proofing technologies. The company will spotlight a new program to help printers profitably enter variable data short-run markets and will discuss its program to help U.S. printers obtain SFI and FSC chain-of-custody certification. xpedx will also highlight specialized offerings available to printers from its North American network of more than 140 retail print and graphics stores. For more information, visit xpedx.com or contact your local xpedx office.
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