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Your print is an important part of your business. We understand that, we also understand that you’d have questions – we love questions … if we don’t answer them below, call us – I’m sure we can put your mind to rest.
It certainly can be the case at times. But generally speaking, due to the volume of print we buy and the level at which we operate (printers actually save money on their resources by using us) we usally have lower prices.
Whether it’s a person or a team – we’re completely used to working with other people. We bolt on to an existing team and provide tools to make their role easier. we also usually find buying print is a secondary or tertiary role – so essentially you’re freeing up more time to be spent on your business.
Our costs are actually in-built with our print costs. There are no management fees or contract fees. You won’t even notice they’re there.
We’re used to this. It would be odd for you not to already have a printer, and most of the time – that’s great, if the items they’re given are being produced in the correct way and on the correct presses, we’ll even leave the items there. We usually find the printers are happy with the arrangement too as it opens them up to further work from us.
This is a good question. The simple answer is, no! We’re able to offer such a wide range of services and products without bias or need. We work with specialist partners to provide everything a customer would need and we work for our customers to find the best solution to their requirements.
Absolutely everything printed a business needs (including workwear). Our strength and agility to support our customer’s needs is what sets us apart. If you’re not sure whether we can do it, contact us.
We try to keep to plain, easy to understand language – but if you’d like to know all the geek speak about print… just click here to go to our print glossary
Duplex printing is simply the technical term for printing to both sides. You’ll usually find the term used in relation to desktop printers. or digital printing. In lithographic printing it’s referred to as perfecting.
Similarly, simplex printing, is the term for single sided print.
If you’re a new or established business
how long do you spend out of your business:
Searching for print quotes?
Waiting for prices to come back?
Waiting on design amends?
That time could, and should, be spent on building your business.
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