A Snapshot of PaperClips Issue No. 286, March 6, 2014
Neenah Launches Expanded Digital Portfolio at Dscoop9
Neenah Paper, March 3, 2014
Neenah Paper is introducing an array of new digital items at this week's Dscoop9, the annual digital printing industry event in Orlando, FL.
Neenah will have on display all of the new HP digitally certified color and texture items including the newly introduced Grocer Kraft RAW™ Finish in ENVIRONMENT® Papers and best-selling colors in the ASTROBRIGHTS® Papers line. Neenah is excited to unveil unique, pearlized digital items in STARDREAM® Papers from the Design Collection. Also being introduced at Dscoop9, are uncoated durable digital papers in the PAPER TYGER® Brand. PAPER TYGER is a unique, water and tear resistant paper substrate ideal for menus, maps or packaging applications...
Sappi Fine Paper North America Announces New Dual Purpose Digital Sheet - Opus® DX
Sappi Fine Paper North America, March 4, 2014
Sappi Fine Paper North America this week launched Opus DX – a cross platform #2 digital cut sheet offering supreme versatility with performance on both dry and liquid toner presses including HP® Indigo, Kodak NexPress, Xerox® iGen3® and Xerox® iGen4®, as well as Canon, Ricoh®, and Konica Minolta bizhub® digital presses. With this launch, the Opus brand just got stronger allowing high-value bundling opportunities across the Opus digital, folio sheet and web lines, perfect for corporate paper programs demanding an optical match in one brand...
Allied Printing Company Recognized as Company of the Year
Daily Tribune, February 27, 2014
Allied Printing Company has been named the 2013 Company of the Year by the Ferndale Mayor’s Business Council. Allied is the first to receive the council’s Company of the Year award. It recognizes one local business that exemplifies dedication to the community through economic investment, business development and expansion, as well as philanthropy...
Are Business Cards Still Relevant?
Felicia Tsung, Entrepreneur, February 27, 2014
Some people say business cards are dead. They claim the likes of LinkedIn and other contact management apps have rendered them obsolete. Business cards, they say, are the last vestiges of the bygone era of paper and print. Those people are wrong...
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