BÖWE BELL + HOWELL Announces Graph Expo Lineup
DURHAM, NC--Oct. 16, 2008--BÖWE BELL + HOWELL (BBH), a leading provider of high-performance document management solutions and services, will unveil its latest innovations at this year's GRAPH EXPO, the most comprehensive graphic communications conference in the Americas. The event, to be held Oct. 26 to Oct. 29 at Chicago's McCormick Place, will showcase the newest technologies and expertise from BBH and hundreds of other world-class vendors. BBH will be located in booth 1253, adjacent to the Mailing and Fulfillment Center. "Graph Expo provides an ideal venue to demonstrate a wide variety of solutions for print and production mailers of all sizes," said John Lombard, president, BBH Field Operations. "At this year's conference, we have a solid array of new products and services that address the industry's increasing demand for print quality, data integrity and flexibility, and higher throughput and efficiency."
Product highlights will include the launch of a revolutionary inserting system and the new JETVision(TM) system for print inspection. JETVision technology will also be used in a unique application that demonstrates its powerful new color verification capabilities. The JETVision system will be playing Guitar Hero® by interpreting and analyzing the color on the video game screen, and using that information to activate the guitar controls.
In addition to hardware and software demonstrations in the booth, BBH Services personnel will be available to discuss the expansion of its programs, which include multi-vendor solutions (OEM services), training and development through BBH University and customer productivity solutions, among others.
New product announcements at the show:
Revolutionary inserting system yields changeover from letters to flats in minutes, not hours
Designed to process applications for virtually any mailing operation, this new inserter features a design and operator process that dramatically reduces changeover time and includes self-locking synchronized guide adjustments, an inserting station elevator and uniform hinge-line registration.