In addition to the new equipment and a larger West Coast facility, Tempt recently doubled the space devoted to finishing and kit-packing in the Midwest, relocating a portion of its finishing, assembly, kitting and fulfillment operations from its plant in New Berlin, Wis., opened in 2011, to a new facility nearby. “The benefit of the relocation for our customers is we more than double the space we have for our mounting, die-cutting, display construction and kitting operations in the Midwest to support our regional, national and multinational clients,” Draver said.To learn more about one of the first Inca S50i installations in North America and how this expansion benefits marketers and retailers, watch this short video http://pixvid.me/tmptpr featuring Tempt President Mike Draver. About Tempt Tempt™ In-Store Productions ( www.tempt-ing.com) is a Quad/Graphics company that provides in-store marketing materials and programs for many of the nation’s leading retailers and brand marketers. Tempt offers extensive production expertise and resources to develop attention-getting, sales-driving shopper marketing programs in conjunction with other Quad/Graphics solutions. From design and prototype services through large-format printing, finishing operations and customized kit packing, Tempt helps customers create in-store destinations. About Quad/Graphics Quad/Graphics (NYSE: QUAD), a leading global printer and media channel integrator, is redefining print in today's multichannel media world by helping marketers and publishers capitalize on print's ability to complement and connect with other media channels. With consultative ideas, worldwide capabilities, leading-edge technology and single-source simplicity, Quad/Graphics has the resources and knowledge to help its clients maximize the revenue they derive from their marketing spend through channel integration, and minimize their total cost of production and distribution through a fully integrated national distribution network. The Company provides a diverse range of print solutions, media solutions and logistics services from multiple locations throughout North America, Latin America and Europe.
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