USA Inc., Grand Island, N.Y. announced the launch of the 2010 Full Line Catalog. Introducing over 100 new products including the company's new Magnet line and several go- green products. The 2010 New Products Edition is available on Starline.com and features Starline’s new products for 2010 from the company's eight industry categories.
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New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based Leed’s, a member of Polyconcept North America, the second largest supplier within the promotional products industry, announced it is launching several new products and adding colors to existing items.
New Products International Inc., based in Chestnut Ridge, N.Y., announced the addition of the HawkPen Lighted Magnifier Pen to its product line. "This pen was designed to solve
Chestnut Ridge, New York-based New Products International Inc. unveiled a new line of Vivitar products including digital, underwater and video cameras.
Chestnut Ridge, New York-based supplier New Products International Inc. has hired Andrew Goranson, MAS, as assistant chief operating officer. He has over 16 years of industry experience and previously worked at Jetline and Timecal International Corp. “I am thrilled to be part of the New Products team,“ said Goranson. “I look forward to contributing to their tradition as a leader in innovation and excellence.” For more information on New Products, visit www.npionline.com
Millennium Leather, LLC, maker of The Andrew Philips Collection, announced the hiring of David Fiderer as the Teaneck, New Jersey-based company’s first national sales director. Fiderer has worked in the industry since 1986, with experience on both the distributor and supplier sides of the business. Most recently, he held the national sales director position with supplier company New Products International, based in Chestnut Ridge, N.Y. “It is our hope and expectation that David will help our company get to the next level. Having worked on both sides of the business, he brings us a valuable perspective in selling and marketing our line,” said
This week, Chocolate Inn, Freeport, N.Y., will release its 2007-2008 catalog featuring a new look, a selection of new products and new packaging options. “We’ve revamped the whole catalog,” noted David Miller, president. “It has a different look—a lot more upscale and more elegant. I think when people see it, they will think of a Godiva catalog.” In addition to the catalog’s fresh face, one of the most exciting things that has happened at the company, according to Miller, is the redesign of its packaging. “We have revamped most of the packaging on our line and we feel that the new look of the
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SanMar, Seattle, is introducing 26 new products for the spring and summer 2007 selling seasons. “The rules have changed,” said Lee Strom, senior marketing manager. “Like retail, there are compelling reasons to introduce new products seasonally rather than once a year. Short-sleeve styles make a bigger impact when launched in the spring and summer.” Fourteen new styles are being added to the athletically inspired Sport-Tek collection. Highlights include compression shirts that help lessen muscle fatigue during intense workouts, as well as performance sport shirts and fleece. Twelve new styles are making their debut in the District Threads line. Key products include plush velour separates,