Rohrer announces efficiencies that improve quality while reducing lead times
As part of our commitment to building brands and bottom lines with variety and speed, Rohrer Corporation announces the launch of Process +. We believe Process + is the industry’s first 7-color process combo, which will save customers even more money by eliminating costly spot color charges. Our Process + Blister Card and Folding Carton programs are industry innovations that make it easier and faster for brands to get their products on retail shelves.
This new feature joins other ezCombo benefits such as a wide variety of options to fit customer’s needs with 19 different buying choices across print and plastic, very low available minimum quantities—5,000—offered at square inch pricing, and accelerated lead times.
What does this mean for marketers and brand managers? Our CEO Steve Wirrig, CEO, says it best: “We’re making it easier for customers to get their products on retail shelves on time at the right price. With these new programs, customers only pay for the space they need. Doing business with Rohrer just got easier and is a clear example of how we are aligned and focused on helping build our customer’s brands and bottom lines.”
Learn more about Rohrer Corporation by reaching out to me, Jennifer Wozny, marketing manager at Rohrer Corporation, at [email protected]
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