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Starmark® Introduces Cadence® Ceremonial Rental Casket in White

October 18, 2016

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Starmark® Introduces Cadence® Ceremonial Rental Casket in White

The 18-Gauge Round End Metal Casket Features Pearl White Finish

Richmond, IN – Starmark® Cremation Products, the country’s leading manufacturer of ceremonial rental casket inserts, has announced that overwhelming customer feedback has led to the introduction of their Cadence round end metal ceremonial casket in a second color – Pearl White.  Like the original Cadence model that features an Alabaster Silver Metallic finish, the white model is available in both half couch and full couch models and is offered with either a crepe or velvet interior.  The 18-gauge steel casket features a metallic automotive grade finish and is presently available for order.

“We featured the original silver Cadence on the cover of our ‘Simple Solutions’ cremation products catalog earlier this fall,” said Gerald Davis, President of Starmark Cremation Products.  “Within a few days, we were receiving calls and emails, not only about the availability of the Alabaster Silver Cadence, but funeral directors wanted to know when additional colors would be available.  The market has spoken and we have listened.”

Like the Alabaster Silver Cadence, the Pearl White Cadence is built in Indiana to the same rigorous standards and attention to detail as every Starmark product.  The door latches on the casket’s foot end and spring dampened hinge system are manufactured for longevity.  The adjustable bed system incorporates multiple rollers for convenient loading and unloading of the rental insert.  The casket crank mechanism has ball bearings for easier crank operation to elevate the body.  Additionally, the rental insert for the Cadence includes a comfort grip handle for ease of transport.

“Both Cadence models use an automotive paint that can be touched up or entirely repainted by an automotive repair shop if the need arises,” stated Davis.  “Most of the parts on the Cadence models can be simply and economically replaced, repainted or repaired.  We have manufactured both of these caskets to last and anticipate that funeral homes can get hundreds of uses if they so choose.”

The metal Cadence product line joins the complete assortment of hardwood ceremonial rental caskets offered by Starmark.  Now funeral homes can provide families a fully merchandised line of ceremonial rental caskets, offering a tremendous value for the consumer and greatly enhanced profitability for the funeral director.

“We’ll feature the Alabaster Silver Cadence in our booth at the NFDA convention along with photos of the Pearl White model,” commented Davis.  “And we will be taking orders for both models at the show as well as getting feedback and recommendations as we grow this innovative product line.”

To learn more about the two Cadence models or to request a copy of the Simple Solutions catalog, contact Starmark at 888-366-7335.

About Starmark Cremation Products: Starmark® Cremation Products, a division of Vandor Corporation, was founded in 2004 and manufacturers in its 200,000 square foot space at 1620 Rich Road, Richmond, IN.  The company manufactures cremation products sold directly to funeral homes and crematories nationwide and through a growing network of distributors.  For more information, please visit the website at www.starmarkcp.com.

Photo caption:  Starmark’s new Pearl White Cadence round end metal ceremonial rental casket joins the Alabaster Silver Metallic Cadence in the Starmark product line to offer a number of innovative features that provide a tremendous value for the consumer and greatly enhanced profitability for the funeral director.