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Wausau Coated Products named HP Indigo preferred media partner

February 1, 2010

The materials supplier offers a range of certified products for its digital label and packaging customers.

Wausau Coated Products Inc., a manufacturer of custom-designed pressure sensitive products, label materials and coating technologies based in Wausau, WI, USA, has announced its recent designation as an HP Indigo preferred media partner.

Wausau Coated Products specializes in developing products for customer-specific applications and end-user needs. In addition to providing a line of HP Indigo-certified products through its preferred media partnership, Wausau Coated Products serves digital label and packaging converters with custom manufacturing capabilities, offering a variety of roll substrate options.

“Wausau Coated Products is honored to be a preferred media partner of HP, culminating all the time and effort spent developing HP Indigo compatible products over the past five years. We are committed to leveraging this relationship in an effort to make more specialty and custom built solutions for HP Indigo press owners to expand their markets and profitability,” says Ben Reif, VP and general manager for Wausau Coated Products.

“HP Indigo customers can grow their business based on the wide media selection they can offer,” says Alon Bar-Shany, vice president and general manager, Indigo division, HP.“HP and Wausau Coated Products are working together to offer best-in-class solutions that help our customers address new markets.”

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