SupremeX Exhibits for First Time at the Annual AMSP Conference
LASALLE, QUEBEC—June 30, 2013—SupremeX participated for the first time at the Association of Marketing Service Providers (AMSP) Annual Conference in San Diego. Consistent with the conference’s theme, “What’s Next,” SupremeX continues to expand products and services offerings into both the U.S. and Canadian markets.
Specifically, SupremeX showed for the first time in the United States several of their patented and innovative direct mail envelopes and fulfillment packaging products.
“This event was the perfect platform for SupremeX to introduce our unique products which are adding value to the suite of marketing tools utilized by the professionals represented here at the AMSP,” said Jigar Patel, Product Manager for SupremeX and also in attendance at the AMSP Conference.
“Most sourcing specialists and decision makers have always known SupremeX as the go-to-company for custom paper envelopes and paperboard mailers. However, the need to find available efficiencies in the supply chain has catapulted some of our patented mailers into exponential use across several categories of commercial advertising mail and product fulfillment applications.”
Ken McNerney, CEO and co-owner of Think Patented in Centerville, OH, also added: “We were pleasantly impressed by the state-of-the-art techniques SupremeX showed us and have invited them to our plant to introduce these new concepts to our sales team. The patented mailers and shipping vehicles they exhibited ‘wowed’ me and quite a few of my constituents.”
Supremex Inc. is one of North America’s largest manufacturers and marketer of a broad range of stock and custom envelopes, packaging materials, and direct mail solutions. SupremeX operates 10 production, sales and service offices across both the United States and Canada and employs approximately 550 people. This North American presence enables it to manufacture products tailored to the specifications of major national customers such as corporations, national resellers and governmental entities, as well as paper merchants and process and solution providers.