The Innovator of the CShell® Media Case has 30% Growth in 2004

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The Dering Corporation�s CShell® media packaging continues to be in high demand. New CShell DB (Double) introduced.

The production of CShell Classics™ continues to grow year after year for The Dering Corporation and its licensees. In 2004, The Dering Corporation had a 30% increase in the number of CShell Classics sold compared to the previous year. David D. Dering, President and CEO of The Dering Corporation states “The interest for a light-weight and eye-catching media package will always be important for marketers and manufacturers looking to ship digital media and target their customers more effectively.”

CShell packaging was introduced in 1997 as an ultra-slim, lighter weight option to the traditional plastic jewel box design. The original CShell Classic was designed to hold a compact disc and other forms of digital media in a one-piece polypropylene plastic case that comes in a variety of opaque and transparent colors. Today, The Dering Corporation manufactures the CShell CL™ (Classic), CShell SQ™ (Square), CShell BC™ (Business Card), CShell MD™ (Mini-Disc), DiscSaver®, the PearlPak™, and the new CShell DB™ (Double).

The increase in demand has been from both the business market, as well as the consumer market. “More and more consumers are buying the product in retail outlets as well as online,” says Dering. “With the continued advancement of personal computers and media production software, people are now creating more media projects at home than ever. Many people like to store their projects in packaging that is a little different than a standard jewel case or paper sleeve. They tell us how much they love the cool factor of the CShell.”

On August 17, 2004, The Dering Corporation introduced its newest CShell media case called the CShell DB, also known as the CShell Double. The CShell DB has the same durable, light-weight construction of the original CShell Classic, while holding two discs at a time with two durable hinges instead of just one.

“The CShell DB is the solution many of our customers told us they were searching for. They want a way to send their customers two discs in one slim package. Instead of settling for a traditional double jewel case, they want something that sets them apart. Something innovative and fun,” says Dering. Like all of the other CShells products, the CShell DB is available in a variety of transparent and opaque colors.

Located in Lancaster, Pa., The Dering Corporation is recognized as a market leader with its media packaging products, as well as being an innovator in compact disc replication and printing. David D. Dering’s replication and printing experience dates back to 1986 when he founded AmericanHelix.

As a holder of it own patents and trademark, The Dering Corporation fully supports and respects the Intellectual Property Rights of everyone. In fact, Dering was an early adopter of the IRMA Anti-Piracy Program. David D. Dering was elected to the IRMA Board of Directors at the December 2004 meeting in New York City and is also a founding Board Member of the Colonial Purchasing Co-op.

Today, The Dering Corporation offers complete turn-key services to support digital media projects of all sizes. Their list of services includes CD and DVD Replication; Audio, ROM, and DVD Premastering; Complete Fulfillment Services; Custom Color Disc Label Printing; CDR and DVDR Duplication; Custom Packaging; Custom Cut CDs; and CShell®, PearlPak™, and DiscSaver® Manufacturing.

For sales or more information about CShell media packaging, or any of The Dering Corporation’s products or services, call David D. Dering at (717) 283-0011 or visit their website at http://www.dering.com. All of the CShell and DiscSaver packaging can also be purchased online directly from The Dering Corporation at http://www.CShellsDirect.com.

CShell is a registered trademark of The Dering Corporation. The Dering Corporation holds US Patent #6,021,894, US Patent #5,713,463 and US Patent #DES 387,217.

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