DOVER, NH -- (Marketwire) -- 03/26/13 -- Relyco®, a leading provider of value-added business printing and payment solutions, today announced its support for Xerox digital press users affected by the news that Xerox is selling off its media supplies business to a paper/pulp manufacturer. Relyco guarantees that Xerox customers will experience no product disruptions by offering immediate availability of quality Xerox-approved substrate stock including custom and stock forms, waterproof synthetic paper, pressure seal forms, carbonless laser paper, ID and membership cards, custom digital packaging products, and more.
"The news of Xerox selling its Supplies division is already creating a panic with users of its regular paper customers as well as Xerox digital press customers. They are now proactively seeking us out to help supply them with exact or similar quality substrate products that they know will run on their presses," said Mike Steinberg, president and CEO of Relyco. "We wanted to inform Xerox Paper Supplies customers that we can be their source for the products they need to run their businesses without having to experience a disruption in service."
Quality Relyco Products and Unmatched Service
As a leading provider of quality business printing solutions for laser and digital applications, Relyco's substrate products range from waterpoof paper and carbonless laser paper, to self-sealing pressure seal forms, custom digital personalized packaging, ID and Membership cards, and much more. Relyco products combine the best of today's marketplace, offered at reasonable prices. Wherever an organization's needs are, Relyco's well-trained experts can walk customers through a project from start to finish. Understanding and meeting clients' needs are always Relyco's first priority. This commitment to customer service sets Relyco apart from the competition.
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