NASHVILLE, TN — The U.S. Postal Service today recognized Meridian Graphics, located in Tustin, CA, with its Mail Innovation Award for the company’s support of the success of mail programs and its commitment to a successful business relationship with the Postal Service.
Meridian Graphics was one of 11 companies recognized with a Mail Innovation Award this year by the Postal Service at the National Postal Forum (NPF), which for more than 40 years has been recognized as the premier educational trade show for the mailing industry. The NPF is being held this week in Nashville, TN.
The Mail Innovation Award, presented annually at NPF, recognizes Postal Service customers and partners who have implemented innovative mailing solutions. Winning companies embrace new technologies and apply best practices to improve efficiency and productivity in mail operations. They provide customers with a mail product that delivers increased value, which benefits customers and the mailing industry.
Meridian Graphics offers eight-color commercial sheetfed offset 40-inch printing, six-color digital printing, die-cutting, finishing, fulfillment, direct mail and Augmented Reality (AR) among its services. The company, which has worked closely with the Postal Service, prides itself on its “solutionist” mindset and the added value it provides its clients by offering exciting new customized, cutting-edge services.
In a move to stand out among the many print companies, Meridian launched MeridianAR in 2014. Incorporating 3D modeling and 3D animation, they create unforgettable interactive experiences where print and direct mail connect to mobile devices, giving prospective customers a thrilling augmented reality experience, and making mail a more powerful marketing tool than ever.
The partnership between Meridian Graphics and the Postal Service has propelled Meridian Graphics to the forefront by offering the latest mail innovation that reaches customers and drives sales dollars. Combining the latest advancements in printing and mobile technology, today’s mail is no longer just paper in an envelope — it is bold, shocking color that demands to be seen, it is exotic textures that tantalize the senses and it is mind-boggling digital events that must be experienced to be believed.
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