Press Release: September 1, 2014
Topic: New Product Introduction
AT Information Products announces a new system for printing on non-porous substrates
MAHWAH, NJ – September 1, 2014 – AT Information Products (ATIP) announces a new system for printing on non-porous products and packaging substrates such as foils, films, hard plastics, glossy boxes and more.
Behold the ATIP iJet 500 series printer plus HP Black 2580 Solvent Ink in the new 45si industrial cartridge.
Print the small stuff – lot & date codes, barcodes – up to 600 dpi resolution. ATIP printers are Windows 7/8, 64-bit compatible, and capable of managing multiple Inkjet technologies with one controller.
According to Roger Angrick, ATIP President, “Our customers demand clean, reliable printing solutions that won’t stop their packaging lines. The new HP 2580 ink, in conjunction with ATIP’s latest 500 series coders, can mark on virtually any packaging substrate. We’re excited we can meet our customer requirements now and into the future.”
AT Information Products sells a broad line of thermal inkjet printers and inks that are used to identify products and packages with alpha-numeric text, barcodes and graphics. Various models are designed for in-line, off-line and tabletop applications. A single pen model is ideal for printing use-by-dates and production codes on unit boxes. Four and eight head models are cost effective solutions for printing SKU descriptions, barcodes and logos on shipping cartons. A tabletop model is a simple way to print on cards, sleeves and pouches.
Press Release: June 1, 2014
Topic: Key Hire
AT Information Products announces the addition of long-time Hewlett Packard executive to manage Sales & Marketing functions
MAHWAH, NJ – June 1, 2014 – AT Information Products (ATIP) announces the addition of long-time Hewlett Packard executive Jeff Norton to manage Sales & Marketing functions for the New Jersey based company.
In his new role, Mr. Norton will drive awareness of ATIP products and services via a series of coordinated Marketing investments. This includes positioning ATIP as the leader among Thermal Inkjet providers, and as a disruptive replacement for older less-efficient technologies.
From a sales perspective, Mr. Norton will work with ATIP’s distributors and end customers located in the West region U.S. in order to drive incremental revenue and profit dollars for the company.
ATIP President Roger Angrick is excited about the new addition: “Jeff worked closely with AT Information Products while he was at HP in a Sales Development capacity. He has a proven ability to create programs that help our distribution channel sell more hardware and supplies. I couldn’t be more pleased to have Jeff covering the West coast and creating hot new leads for our internal and external sales folks.”