Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the United States, has entered into a new distribution partnership with Digital Color Ink, LLC, a leading wide format graphic specialist supplying hardware, consumables and media for customers across the Mid-Atlantic and Upper Southeast Region in the U.S.
Digital Color Ink will be offering Monadnock’s recently launched ENVIsual Board, the “Un-Plastic Alternative” for in-store marketing applications such as retail and hospitality graphics, POP displays, and signage. Renewable, fiber-based ENVIsual Board is FSC certified, manufactured carbon neutral (VERs) and made with 100 percent renewable Green-e certified wind powered electricity (RECs) under a third-party certified ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.
“Retailers and brands of all sizes are looking to enhance their in-store marketing sustainability profiles,” said Julie Brannen, Director, Sustainability Solutions, Monadnock “Valued partners like Digital Color Ink are well-positioned to take advantage of these new opportunities and we’re delighted to help them serve their current and future customers.”
Digital Color Ink has locations in Baltimore, MD and Charlotte, NC from where it serves customers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
“This new partnership brings together two customer-centric companies dedicated to delivering high-value, sustainable media,” said Carew Alley, President, Digital Color Ink. “We’re excited to bring this alternative and sustainable rigid media option to our expanding universe of wide-format graphic customers.”
ENVIsual Board is engineered to deliver high print fidelity for a range of brand-enhancing in-store applications, including aisle talkers, shelf danglers, and directional signage. Designed to withstand temperature and humidity fluctuations, ENVIsual Board’s surface is easy to clean and sanitize, and will not crack or craze like plastic due to its superior edge flexibility and surface integrity.