Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Here's an outfit that sounds like a great output node for Northern California

Metro Print and Mail Solutions, Sacramento, is a case study of success, reports an article in the current issue of GAM.

What started as a five-employee, 4,000-sq.ft. mailing operation has grown into an 80-employee printing Metro Print and Mail Solutions, printing, Xerox iGen3, Muller Martini Alprintaand mailing firm. The company is housed in a 115,000-sq.ft. facility and has positioned itself as a leading direct mail provider in Northern California. Metro Print and Mail Solutions provides comprehensive data processing, printing, fulfillment and direct mail services. Following a tack that a number of print providers have used, it recently launched an online print on-demand service, developing a new web identity with offerings powered by output from a recently purchased a Xerox iGEN3 as well as . . .
a whole bunch of other stuff, including a web offset press. I guess they haven't heard the Print is Dead, or dying , or about to be eaten by the Internet or blablablablabla....

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