Mohawk Digital Papers for Color Copiers Introduced at On Demand
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, NY - April 17, 2002 - As part of its ongoing commitment to offer papers "for all the ways you print," Mohawk (Booth #1824) is announcing a new color copier initiative at On Demand. Themed Paper Makes the Difference, the new Digital/Color Copier swatchbook features selected items of Satin 2.0, Navajo, and 50/10 Gloss that have been chosen for their ability to produce professional color copier results.
According to Chris Harrold, Manager of National Accounts and Business Development for Mohawk Digital Papers, "Color copiers are becoming ubiquitous in the marketplace. Our research shows that the markets for digital and offset printing are converging and that printing impressions are migrating from offset to digital equipment. As evidence of the growing trend toward digital, printers and merchants alike have asked us to provide a single group of papers that perform on both copiers and offset presses. We have responded by focusing on the color-copier offering in our digital line, which will provide our customers with important products and tools to address this growing market segment."
Mohawk’s new Digital/Color Copier focus gives copier owners the same benefits long enjoyed by their counterparts in the offset world: high-performance papers that minimize downtime and improve the visual quality of printed output. The new line includes five shades of white, three finishes (smooth, extra-smooth, and gloss), three sizes including 18 x 12 for full-bleed color copies, matching cover stock, matching envelopes, a range of price points, and Mohawk’s renowned opacity and image quality.
For more information, call your local Mohawk representative, visit www.mohawkpaper.com, or call 1-800-the mill x6419.
Mohawk Paper Mills, Inc. is a leader in the manufacture of premium printing papers. From its flagship grade, Mohawk Superfine, through patented Inxwell products, Navajo and Options, Mohawk has engineered its papers to provide optimal performance for sheetfed, web and digital printing.
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