New Information Kit from Kodak's Graphic Communications Group US&C Region Helps Printers Begin their Journey to Sustainability
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO, Sept. 9-Kodak's Graphic Communications Group introduces "Begin Your Passage to Sustainability," a kit featuring information and resources to assist printers in understanding how sustainability may impact their business, at Graph Expo. The kit provides printers with an overview of trends and best practices, as well as the business and operational implications of developing a sustainability program.
"Kodak's Graphic Communications Group identified a need to condense the wealth of information about sustainability into relevant, usable content that spurs a dialogue with customers as they begin their passage to sustainability," said Rick Mazur, Vice President, Commercial Segment Marketing, Worldwide Marketing, Kodak.
The kit includes a white paper that defines sustainability, and summarizes consumer and business behaviors impacting decisions on how print will be designed, manufactured and used. It also features articles on sustainability, a case study of a printer at the forefront of environmentally responsible practices, a glossary of terms, and a guide to industry and government resources. An overview of sustainability related products, programs and services from Kodak's Graphic Communications Group is also included.
The "Begin Your Passage to Sustainability" kit will be distributed during customer meetings at Graph Expo. Kodak's Graphic Communications Group plans to expand and enhance the kit for distribution at future trade shows.
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