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08 06 2015

Travel Tags executives visited the KBA factory in Germany to see their press being built. (From left) Chris Travis, KBA director of technology; Mark Smolik, Travel Tags operations manager; Roland Gebauer, KBA sales manager; and Larry Eidem, Travel Tags operations project manager.

INVER GROVE HEIGHTS, Minn.—August 6, 2015—To maintain its top quality production, impressive customer service and technological innovation that sets the company apart from its competition, Travel Tags, a leading award-winning provider of stored value card manufacturing and manufacturer of lenticular, 3D, animation and motion graphics solutions, will be adding a new KBA UV sheetfed press.

“This sleek new KBA press is an investment in our customers,” said Mark Smolik, Travel Tags operations manager. “It will enable us to continue to serve them quickly, accurately and cost-effectively for years to come. The new press is part of our ongoing plan to ensure we’re aligned with our customers’ needs and to continue to provide the highest quality product possible. It will help us not only meet our customers’ on-time needs but also in meeting and exceeding their high quality expectations.”

The print specialists at Travel Tags investigated other printing press manufacturers and decided to purchase a new KBA based on performance and service. “We’ve been fortunate to have installed several other KBA presses and have had them in service for several years,” relayed Smolik. “The machines have performed very well and support from KBA has been good.”

Source: Printing Impressions

“We are truly excited about the new KBA Rapida press investment made by Travel Tags,” commented Steve Korn, KBA director of national and key accounts.

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