Noteworthy Enhances Digital Print Offering
Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy announced it has improved its digital print offering. “We spent over a year collaborating with a team of engineers to make this happen, and after launching our digital print offering, we kept working to make it even better,” said Anthony Constantino, vice president of operations at Noteworthy. “This year we made more improvements that will accelerate the switch to digital printing within our industry.”
According to Gary Klee, director of marketing, “The response to digital exceeded our expectations. Distributors saw benefits to the new technology we did not anticipate, and helped make us more forward thinking.”
According to company president Carol Constantino, “The ability to digitally print on plastic is the most dramatic improvement in printing technology we encountered since our company was founded 50 years ago. We’ve never been this excited about a new product.”
Noteworthy is a family-owned manufacturer of promotional products. The company was founded in 1954 when Tom Constantino invented the car litter bag. Today the company manufactures a variety of promotional products including plastic and paper bags, presentation folders, notepads, coloring books and a full line of business gifts and recognition awards. In 2008, Noteworthy became the first company to digitally print on plastic and took the lead in developing the market for oxo-biodegradable plastic bags.
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