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iSys Label partners with DLS

April 23, 2013

Diversified Labeling Solutions will carry the entire line of digital materials that has been approved by iSys Label and UPM Raflatac.

iSys Label has announced a partnership with Diversified Labeling Solutions, one of the largest independently owned pressure sensitive label printing and converting companies in the United States. Headquartered in Itasca, IL, Diversified will carry the entire line of digital materials that has been approved by iSys Label and UPM Raflatac, including paper stocks as well as durable film facestocks in a selection with both permanent and removable adhesives.

A stock program has been put in place for continuous, kiss-cut and pre-die cut substrates for iSys Label’s digital roll to roll label printers. This will allow for quick turnaround, low costs and the ability to provide end users with any type of unique configuration for their label needs.

Jim Kersten, CEO of Diversified says, “Due to our strong business relationship with UPM Raflatac, we were introduced to iSys Label and were able to identify a need it had to support the media/substrate side of its OEM printer business. We saw this as a great opportunity to partner with two industry leaders and bring true value added services to the process through our extensive production and distribution capabilities.  End user clients benefit from what essentially becomes a single source of supply with product that is guaranteed to perform well on iSys Label printers.”

“The Certified Media List grows regularly as more label materials are added to the program after extensive testing," says Candice Kulcher, marketing manager at iSys Label. "With the unique combination of stock and custom converting, we believe that Diversified can meet virtually any end users need for high quality substrates when using our digital label printers.”

Diversified Labeling Solutions has four strategically located production and distribution facilities in Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas and Reno that fully support the iSys Label program in the United States.
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