Glens Falls, NY – April 12, 2016 – As the inaugural keynote sponsor, Finch Paper has believed in the Inkjet Summit from its inception and will debut its latest inkjet substrate, Mailstream One, during this year’s conference. Finch’s unique Inkjet Portfolio is optimized for each of the major print segments: direct mail, books, and transactional printing. Finch’s market-segment approach aligns with inkjet business’ needs--and contrasts with the “one size fits all” phenomenon in legacy paper markets. “Finch Paper has garnered valuable insight from Inkjet Summit executives,” said Greg Maio, vice president of sales and marketing. “Finch’s product design and marketing expertise makes it easier for inkjet printers to optimize their own systems.”
Finch sets itself apart by providing domestic product and service solutions to help printers capitalize on their inkjet investments. Finch’s comprehensive inkjet portfolio (link to website) features innovative opacity along with proprietary surface treatments for dye-based and pigment inkjet web systems. Beyond maximizing ink density and dry time, Finch Paper has designed inkjet products with features best suited for the specific market application:
· Commercial Printing: Finch Inkjet Pi
· Direct Mail: Finch Mailstream
· Transactional: Finch Mailstream
· Books: Finch Smartbook Jet
The Finch Mailstream family includes Finch Mailstream DS, Mailstream XP96 and Mailstream XP92 in an expansive range of 40 lb. text to 9 pt. reply. “Finch Mailstream One a premium, treated sheet boasting higher ink densities for dye-based transactional applications” noted Greg Maio. “While market disruptions are expected to continue, Finch is expanding our position as a sustainable, supply chain partner.”
About Finch Paper
Finch Paper LLC is a leading, privately-owned and vertically integrated paper manufacturer specializing in high-bright, uncoated papers for North American printing and converting markets. Using advanced manufacturing systems, Finch produces a broad portfolio of opaque, text and cover and digital papers for multi-press environments, including recognized brands such as Finch Fine?, Finch Opaque, Finch ThruPut Wove and Finch Inkjet Pi.
Finch Paper was the first integrated paper manufacturer in the United States to receive both the Forest Management and Chain-of-Custody certifications from the Forest Stewardship Council? and Sustainable Forestry Initiative?. Finch is one of only a few paper companies that continues to manage forests. Finch papers are made using two-thirds renewable energy produced by on-site hydroelectric and cogeneration facilities and has been a responsible, sustainable New York State manufacturer for more than a century. To learn more, visit www.gamerwap.cn.