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Scodix hails record-breaking festive season

Digital print enhancement press manufacturer Scodix has revealed customers in North America experienced record-breaking festive season, together enhancing more than 50m greetings cards.

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Scodix is available in the UK from Friedheim International

The cards, produced for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, were enhanced using personalisation techniques and embossed foils.

According to Scodix, customers were helped by two of its core technologies, namely the Scodix Studio Web-2-Print Automation Workflow package coupled with the Scodix Ultra Digital Enhancement Press.

Scodix says the Studio Web-2-Print automation workflow maximised throughput by automating print data pre-processing, while the Scodix Ultra press printed continuously in three shifts daily during the period.

Jason Rollo, president for North America at Scodix, comments: “We are delighted that the Web-2-Print business has seen outstanding continued growth, even during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The numbers tell the story of how end-customers have chosen digital enhancement to boost their printed family holiday cards

“The numbers tell the story of how end-customers have chosen digital enhancement to boost their printed family holiday cards.”

Liza Yitzhaik, director of customer support at Scodix, adds, “With no reports of customer downtime, and superb productivity performance, Scodix is proud to have successfully delivered the prints our customers required during this critical season.

“Whilst every holiday season is significant, this one was particularly momentous, as many people across the world are missing close-contact with friends and family, a special card can go a little way to help bridge that gap.”

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