Leed's Introduces New, Patented Four-Color Process
New Kensington, Pennsylvania-based supplier Leed's has introduced an exclusive, new four-color process method called PhotoGrafixx. Using very fine half-tones and an expanded color range, PhotoGrafixx captures the sharpness of a design. The proprietary process brings visuals to life while offering the durability of other decorating methods.
"PhotoGrafixx gives distributors the opportunity to produce industry-leading graphics on an array of products using a supplier they trust," said Peter Healy, vice president of product development and sourcing for Leed's. "This new capability shows that Leed's is committed to bringing state-of-the-art decorating solutions to the industry first."
PhotoGrafixx is now available for orders on the following Leed's drinkware products: Santa Fe Aluminum Bottle (1621-84), Phoenix Aluminum Bottle (1622-11), Colorband Mini Stainless Bottle (1622-35), Colorband Stainless Bottle (1622-37) and Sedici Tumbler (1622-63). The company plans to expand the availability of this decorating method to other products in its line moving into 2012.
There is no setup fee for PhotoGrafixx items. Run charges are $1.35 (v) for the first location on all quantities. PhotoGrafixx is not available for SureShip and requires 5-day production time after approval and 8 days standard lead time.
For more information, visit www.leedsworld.com.