Press Release

Scodix to Open New Consumables and Spare Parts Warehouse in Chicago


— Accelerates turnaround time for North and South American Customers —


CHICAGO – February 19, 2013 — Scodix announced today that it will open a new warehouse in Chicago with distribution operations to begin March 10th. The new warehouse further accelerates distribution turnaround times of consumables and spare parts for North and South American customers, and will be managed by Hellmann Worldwide Logistics. For more information, go to


Customers First

Dror Danai, Scodix VP Business said the move by Scodix is part of efforts by the company to provide a faster service and support to the company customers in the Americas. “Scodix customers will be able to order and receive the Scodix PolySENSE™, faster than ever before. With Chicago being a main and central airline hub, delivery will be to either continent in the western hemisphere will be expedited significantly.”

Growth Continues in Americas

Last year the company created Scodix Inc., a business entity that has already recruited a team of sales, business development, and customer support engineers based across the US. In addition, the company has a business manager for Latin America located in Mexico City, coordinating the company partners’ activities across the continent. The new warehouse will centrally support their activities and a growing customer base of Scodix users.

About Scodix

Scodix Ltd. is the leading provider of digital print enhancements for the graphic arts industry, offering the breakthrough Scodix SENSE experience and the Scodix Rainbow Station in the Americas, Europe, Middle-East, Asia and Africa. The company’s aim is to lead print enhancement into the digital age and to be known for its passion and commitment to providing what our customers need the most – true brand differentiation for today’s highly competitive printing environment. For more information, please visit


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