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www.psi-network.de PSI Journal 4/2016 THE MESSAGE THAT KEEPS ON HANGING Everybody is familiar with door handle hangers used in hotels; they give a person the feeling of being a VIP. The hanger from Stick Jam turns ‘room service’ into ‘VIP service’. This hanger really sticks in people’s minds and will be seen every day. It has special features and can be customized and inscribed. The customer can select his/her wake-up time clock or one of the symbols (orders for pizza, fruit, etc.) by turning the disc, or can incorporate a nice saying on it. For a minimum order of 1,000 units, the hanger can have a customized design in 4C made according to a master copy (chromo-sulphate cardboard, 500 g/m2 ). �������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������ HIGHEST STANDARDS Hardenbruch is presenting its model 300 voltage tester. The device impresses thanks to its functionality (advertising with long-lasting benefit), individuality (a large choice of colours), and quality (VDE-GS certified and “Made in Germany”). The voltage testers already fulfil detailed improvement of planned new standards with regard to hand protection (at least five mm around the entire circumference), clip (made of insulated material), and perceptibility of the indicator (dark background). On orders of 250 or more, Hardenbruch will print any desired logo on the voltage tester. ������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������� www.quick-goerlich.de hello sunshine PVC 1/3 FREE Exklusivvertrieb über den Werbemittelhandel Halfar System GmbH | D-33719 Bielefeld | Germany Telefon: +49 (0) 521 / 98 244-0 | www.halfar.com

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