The Cat's Meow of Fast Package Printing Partners with Waukesha All Temp Storage

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CL&D Digital aligns with cold storage company, caters to food manufacturers with products that must be refrigerated or frozen while packaged.

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CL&D Digital, a short-run, quick-delivery printer of consumer goods products packaging and labels for sales samples, prototypes, and comps has aligned with Waukesha All Temp Storage, LLC, a full-service, state-of-the-art warehousing and distribution company specializing in the storage and handling of food and pharmaceutical products. CL&D Digital, 'the cat's meow of fast package printing,' now extends their expertise and services to provide manufacturers of refrigerated and frozen foods with the cold temperature packaging facilities they need to maintain product quality from inception through consumption.

In addition to digital printing and packaging dry goods including food, candy, coffee, sundries, and personal care items since 1995, CL&D Digital can now oversee the packaging of refrigerated foods in a consistent 38 degree-temperature warehouse, or frozen foods in zero degree-temperature warehouse, both within over 600,000 cubic feet of state-of-the-art, ASI-certified space. CL&D Digital and Waukesha All Temp Storage are both certified by The American Sanitation Institute (ASI) for food contact packaging and non-food contact packaging.

About CL&D Digital and digital package printing
Bob Scherer, Vice President of CL&D Digital, is a respected conference speaker and contributor to industry trade journals on the subject of digital technology and digital package printing. In 1995 along with two partners, Scherer established CL&D Digital as one of the first packaging printers to use Hewlett-Packard (HP)/Indigo digital printing technology. The company's customers - including many Fortune 500 consumer products manufacturers - count on CL&D Digital's full production run quality for their package and label sales samples, prototypes, and comps.

Digital printing can help a manufacturer avoid the high costs and long lead times associated with conventional printing. Depending on the quantity and number of colors, digital printing can cost up to half as much as conventional printing - in part because digital printing is achieved direct from the computer without plating. Digital printing can allow for less waste and storage, too, by printing only the quantity needed. It can also provide the flexibility of showing different versions of the same packaging at minimal cost, which offers the capability of moving a product into niche markets once deemed too cost prohibitive.

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