Finch Paper President Joseph Raccuia announced significant product development and marketing plans to fulfill current and upcoming market needs.
As a result, customers will find increasingly broader selections of digital and traditional papers that match across platforms, more environmental choices which deliver high quality for less money, papers that are easier to understand and order using forthcoming swatchbooks, an at-a-glance stocking guide, and trial packs, and increased variety of communications vehicles with more, and timely, information available through the Web and e-mail.
“Our ‘value delivered’ promise means that we have to continuously assess our customers’ changing reality of what value is; and consequently modify whatever we need to, in order to deliver that value,” said Raccuia.
Because a growing number of jobs require both offset and digital printed components, the Finch Casa Opaque line is now stocked for both digital and conventional printing. The line features 30 percent post-consumer recycled fiber at an affordable price.