Noteworthy, Amsterdam, N.Y. announced an overall strategy to bring about innovation in the non-woven bag market. According to Anthony Constantino, general manager, "dozens of suppliers are pushing non-woven bags, but everyone has similar styles and pricing. We didn't want to aggressively go after the non-woven market unless we could do something different."
Noteworthy, Amsterdam, N.Y., announced the launch of the company's new bumper stickers and decals. According to Chad Majewski, vice president of sales for Noteworthy, "Our new bumper stickers are truly the world's best. A quick look at our offering and you'll know why. Our minimums are 50 pieces and pricing is 70 percent lower than competition for full color."
Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy is ready to take orders for K-R memo books. New pricing is available upon request. According to owner Carol Constantino, "We owe our swift progress to our good fortune in hiring key K-R personnel and relocating them to Amsterdam, New York. I never saw us get a machine up and running this fast, but we're ready to take orders immediately."
Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy announced it will introduce seven new product lines in the coming weeks. According to Chad Majewski, vice president of sales, "We're aggressively targeting some of the most established product lines in our industry. It will be quite a surprise once the curtain is unveiled. I'm honestly shocked we managed to keep our new developments a secret."
Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy announced the acquisition of Krieger-Ragsdale's memo book division. The purchase of technologically advanced equipment combined with hiring of key personnel, will allow a portion of Krieger-Ragsdale's 100-year-old product line to continue under new ownership.
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Noteworthy, based in Amsterdam, N.Y. named Chad Majewski vice president of sales, effectively immediately. Majewski, an Amsterdam native, began his career in promotional products 10 year ago. Previously, he held the position of regional sales manager.
Noteworthy, based in Amsterdam, N.Y., announced the addition of digitally printed acrylic posters to its 2009 Noteworthy Awards catalog. The company feels the posters will provide distributors a great substitute for traditional, custom, framed prints.
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.”
Effective immediately, Amsterdam, New York-based Noteworthy is offering oxo-biodegradable plastic as an option on all plastic bag styles at no additional charge. Noteworthy became the first promotional products supplier to offer biodegradable plastic bags made from cornstarch in the 1980s. At that time, the inferior quality of cornstarch-based biodegradable plastics limited their appeal. However, oxo-biodegradable plastics are a major leap forward. According to Anthony Constantino, vice president of operations at Noteworthy, “After a thorough review we came to the conclusion that oxo-biodegradable plastic is superior in every respect to other forms of degradable plastic.” Oxo-biodegradable plastic is often referred to as “degradable” plastic, since