Vertis Adds Three Solutions for Large-Format Printing
BALTIMORE—Jan. 13, 2011—Vertis Communications, a results-driven marketing communications company that delivers inventive advertising, direct marketing and interactive solutions to prominent brands across North America, announced the addition of three large-format digital printing systems in its Irvine, CA, integrated media solutions facility: two HP Scitex printers and an MGE digital finishing system.
“The addition of the HP equipment allows Vertis to quickly turn around the highest quality large-format campaigns, including those requiring a wide range of output materials or significant volume and customization. The result is an unprecedented ability to deliver the creative and high-impact campaigns demanded by our customers.”
Already an industry leader in helping clients leverage large-format promotional marketing—such as POP/POS displays, in-store signage, fleet graphics and out-of-home—the installation of the HP Scitex printers and MGE finishing equipment advances Vertis’ suite of end-to-end capabilities. The technology will increase print quality and format options, streamline production time, and reduce waste.
“Our clients turn to Vertis for the development of exciting and engaging large format communication programs that raise consumer awareness of products and services, or draw attention to promotional offers,” said Michael Kucharski, senior vice president and general manager of integrated media solutions for Vertis Communications.
“The addition of the HP equipment allows Vertis to quickly turn around the highest quality large format campaigns, including those requiring a wide range of output materials or significant volume and customization. The result is an unprecedented ability to deliver the creative and high-impact campaigns demanded by our customers.”
The equipment advancements provide marketers added time to complete creative designs and plans by significantly shortening turnaround for large-scale projects. With enhanced production capacity, national brand marketers with large volume requirements can now economically shift to more regionalized or personalized marketing initiatives. The broader range of materials that can be printed on allows boundless creative options for clients’ marketing messages.