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Southeastern Printing Adds Wide-Format Imaging to Its Services

March 9, 2012

STUART, FL—March 9, 2012—Southeastern Printing announces the addition of creative wide-format imaging to its broad list of products and services. Southeastern, which is nationally recognized for its high-quality offset, flexographic and fine-art reproduction printing, is now offering full-service, wide-format sign graphics services. The “Wide Format” division will focus on creative aspects of point-of-purchase, indoor and outdoor signage, art decor, trade show graphics and novelty printing.

“This new division bridges the gap for consumers by offering all aspects of printing needs at the highest quality levels within one company,” explains Jason Leonard, director of the division. Leonard joined Southeastern in February and has worked in the imaging industry in many capacities, from optical printing to wide-format imaging. He brings with him extensive experience in creative applications and unique processes in UV inkjet technology.

“Our mindset is to take P.O.P to another level by matching ad campaigns to new media and processes to generate a true ‘wow’ factor,” Leonard adds.

The company has invested in specific equipment to reinforce its high quality standards, including a state-of the-art UV flatbed inkjet printer that offers the highest optical resolution available in UV printing. Southeastern also recently invested in a new CNC cutter/routing table that allows for extremely accurate contour cutting and routing of media like acrylic and steel.

“The advancements of technology in marketing, LED billboards, LED and LCD displays, as well as interactive screens, to name a few, have challenged printed media to step up and do more with ink and paper. We are innovating new and exciting ways to reinvent printed media without extensive costs,” says Leonard.

Source: Southeastern.


 

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