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GRE Americas office opens in Philadelphia

October 9, 2006

GRE Digital Solutions, headquartered in Steinebrunn, Switzerland, has established a presence in the Western Hemisphere. GRE Digital Solutions Inc., in Philadelphia, PA, USA, provides sales, marketing, engineering, and service support for the company’s range of digital printing and converting systems throughout the Americas.

“Everyone associated with the graphic arts industry worldwide is aware of the significant growth in the use of digital printing.   As a supplier of digital printing heads and complete converting systems, we determined that it is necessary to have personnel in place in key locations to support our customers globally,” says Jules Farkas, managing director. “With the completion of the Philadelphia headquarters, we are ensuring customer support anywhere in the world. Philadelphia will compliment our operations in Switzerland, Hong Kong and China”.

GRE also has completed its new European demonstration center, in Moulen, Switzerland, and will hold an open house October 24 and 25. Visitors will see demonstrations of the new C9000 multicolor, UV inkjet printer, as well as the new 300 and 600 dpi GRE UV inkjet printers in operation. Also featured will be the VP1010, VP2020, VP8020 digital printers, and a GRE UV inkjet printer mounted on a GRE Engineering Model 200 converting system. Participants include Chromos, Impika and VIPColor.

For more information, contact Corrine Oertig at info@gre.ch.
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