DotworksMedia Brings Mondi Papers that are HP Indigo Certified to North America
LONG ISLAND, NY—Nov. 20, 2012—HP Indigo sites throughout North America now have access to Mondi’s quality, economically competitive, HP Indigo-certified uncoated papers. DotworksMedia will serve as the distribution organization for Mondi HP Indigo certified papers in North America.
Mondi worked closely with HP to develop the two certified, uncoated Indigo papers:
• Color Copy Indigo—this extra-smooth paper for full-color printing is ideal for marketing communications, invitations, photo books and brochures; and
• DNS Indigo—a high-white paper with a natural touch and feel that is ideal for high impact text, graphics and color printing, such as books, promotional materials, catalogs and transpromotional documents.
“Paper manufacturers that are making it are succeeding in straddling the line between their traditional business and the different requirements of digital printers,” says DotworksMedia General Manager, Daniel “Dani” Herzka. “Mondi personnel have impressed us with their knowledge and deep commitment to innovative product development for the digital printing market.”
Engineering Paper to Meet Specific Needs
Mondi’s ongoing advancements in the development of its digital printing papers are tailored to meeting the needs of printing professionals. An example includes the company’s extended offering of heavier weight options.
Mondi’s goal was to reduce cover weights without compromising quality or stiffness; thereby reducing logistical and transportation burdens—and more importantly, postage. Both Color Copy indigo and DNS® indigo are available in 110-lb. cover weights that easily meet or surpass quality in higher weight substrates.
Hallmarks of Mondi quality also include higher whiteness, providing high color contrast and excellent photo reproduction; and a distinct, natural touch and look that appeals to consumers.
Optimal, No-Nonsense Service and Support from DotworksMedia
DotworksMedia provides unparalleled service as a brand of Recognition Systems, which was established more than 40 years ago and is still growing as a major converter and distributor of graphics products and services.
“The combination of two innovative, passionate organizations means the marketplace will enjoy the greatest benefit,” says Herzka. “We are looking forward to serving these premier customers.”
Herzka is a known figure in the graphics market, having served as an executive with major global corporations including Scitex, Dupont, Linotype-Hell and Heidelberg.