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Collier Supply Becomes Habitat Authorized Dealer

Press release from the issuing company

Vadnais Heights, Minn. -- Collier Supply is pleased to announce the addition of Habitat inks and pressroom chemistries to its product offering.  All Habitat inks and products are made in the U.S.A from renewable resources and manufactured with the cleanest and safest standards in the industry.  The new partnership is effective immediately and allows Collier Supply to start offering an expanded selection of quality products to printers.
"Habitat ink and fountain solution are designed as a system. I have never seen another manufacturer package and bundle products like this.  The quality, consistency and effectiveness of their products are unmatched," said Garry Collier, president of Collier Supply.
Habitat is one of the nation's most innovative ink and pressroom chemistry manufacturers.  Their lithographic inks produce the most vibrant and consistent colors you've ever seen.  Each batch is manufactured in the U.S.A. with the same raw materials every time.  The quality and consistency is so perfect, it will impress even the most sophisticated print shops.  Habitat inks are used in both sheet fed and web applications to produce high-end packaging and commercial printing.
As the authorized dealer in the market, customers can be assured that the Collier Supply has extensive pressroom training and knowledge of how to use Habitat inks and products.  Both process colors and PMS colors are available. Collier's attention to detail and quick turn-around time allow customers to see PMS colors the same day.  

"We are committed to providing excellent customer service and quality products," said Collier.  "Habitat has simply created a platform for us to do what we do best and that's servicing printers.  We believe in U.S. manufacturing and appreciate their commitment to quality.  In addition to being the lowest VOC system on the market, their inks and fountain solutions contain no hazardous or toxic chemicals."