New Division at Dual Print & Mail Offers Wide Format & Specialty Imaging

Compu-Mail's sister company Dual Print & Mail adds new Wide Format and Specialty Imaging division, formerly operating as Best Choice Imaging Solutions (BCIS).




January 15, 2015

New Wide Format Equipment Also Expands Production Capabilities


The ownership team of Dual Print & Mail LLC and its parent company Compu-Mail, LLC recently announced that Best Choice Imaging Solutions (BCIS) will consolidate its offerings as the new Wide Format and Specialty Imaging division of Dual Print & Mail. BCIS previously operated as an independent company within Dual Print & Mail’s Cheektowaga facility.The consolidation closely follows a significant capital investment in two new wide format printers at the facility. The HP Scitex LX850 Industrial Printer and HP Scitex FB700 Printer solidify Dual Print & Mail’s Wide Format and Specialty Imaging division as one of the largest capacity and fastest wide format printers in Western New York.“Our Wide Format and Specialty Imaging division is now an integral component of the full suite of print and imaging services provided by Dual Print & Mail. We’re excited to introduce the new solutions to all our clients. It will simplify their sourcing process for printed marketing media, by offering it all seamlessly in one place,” stated Michael Vitch, CEO of Dual Print & Mail and President of Compu-Mail.The new wide format print equipment at Dual Print & Mail accommodates super wide / grand format printing up to a full 10 feet wide. A variety of substrates, including eco-friendly and fabric options, are available to meet any indoor or outdoor application. In addition to signage solutions, the division also produces specialty products including point-of-sale displays and other custom marketing products.

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