Avery Den­ni­son

This prod­uct can help in short term pro­mo­tional ap­pli­ca­tions such as ex­hi­bi­tions, point of sales, shop­ping mall and of­fices as well as in­door and out­door wall ad­ver­tis­ing.

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Avery Den­ni­son re­cently in­tro­duced a brand new gloss white vinyl film, MPI 3800 in In­dia, de­signed for use in a wide range of short term pro­mo­tional ap­pli­ca­tions in in­doors and out­doors. “This new prod­uct will ap­peal to brand and real es­tate own­ers who need to in­stall and re­move pro­mo­tional ma­te­ri­als quickly and fre­quently – such as for cam­paign needs or fes­tive oc­ca­sions,” said Sham­ren­dra Ku­mar, busi­ness head, Graph­ics So­lu­tions, South Asia and East & West Africa, Avery Den­ni­son. “The new MPI 3800 film is able to de­liver vi­brant and sharp im­ages on a wide range of sub­strate. It comes with a clear ad­he­sive and is par­tic­u­larly suited for cus­tomers in­volved in short term pro­mo­tional ap­pli­ca­tions such as ex­hi­bi­tions, point of sales, shop­ping mall and of­fices as well as in­door and out­door wall ad­ver­tis­ing,” he adds.

This film is the lat­est ad­di­tion to Avery Den­ni­son’s ex­ten­sive dig­i­tal print port­fo­lio of so­lu­tions for the fast-paced ad­ver­tis­ing in­dus­try. Printable across a wide range of dig­i­tal print­ing plat­forms, the Avery Den­ni­son MPI 3800 boasts of lay-flat­ness and the film’s 80 mi­cron thick­ness en­sures ease of han­dling and ap­pli­ca­tion by in­stall­ers. Ad­di­tion­ally, its PE-coated liner pro­vides con­ver­sion ef­fi­ciency. Th­ese fea­tures trans­late into greater ef­fi­ciency for in­stall­ers and faster turn­around times in be­tween in­stal­la­tion jobs which is a crit­i­cal fac­tor for short term pro­mo­tional ap­pli­ca­tions. This new prod­uct is com­pat­i­ble with a mul­ti­tude of dig­i­tal print plat­forms cur­rently avail­able in the mar­ket in­clud­ing la­tex, eco-sol­vent, sol­vent and UV cur­able ink. graph­ic­sap.av­ery­den­ni­son.com

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