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August 12, 2005
PrintingForLess.com Announces Faster Turnaround Times
Livingston, MT - August 12, 2005
- PrintingForLess.com has announced the most recent change to its online printing offerings. The company has shortened its already fast service by reducing production times on many of its most popular products. Products such as brochures, postcards, business cards and statement stuffers are now printed in only four days without additional rush charges. Catalogs and calendars have also been reduced to a standard 6-day turnaround from the previous 10-day production timeline.
Additionally, PrintingForLess.com now offers a super rush 1-day turnaround on commercial printing orders that are placed before noon the previous business day. Streamlining systems at every level of the order process has allowed PrintingForLess.com to offer a quality product that arrives faster than ever to its customers.
"These recent changes are perfect examples of how our company utilizes innovations in technology and process design to provide higher value for our customers' printing purchases," said Wyeth Windham, a member of PrintingForLess.com's Production Management Team. "We've stepped up our schedule to empower our customers with an upcoming trade show or other tight deadline to successfully meet their marketing goals," Windham said.
PrintingForLess.com, Inc. is based in Livingston, Montana, and is the leading online commercial printing company with more than 50,000 customers throughout the United States. The company has pioneered a new category of business-to-business e-commerce by addressing a lucrative niche within the $120 billion per year printing industry. Ranked as one of Inc. 500's fastest growing private companies in the country for the past three years, PrintingForLess.com has received national press coverage in Forbes, People, and Inc. Currently employing 125 people, PFL is continuing its expansion with building underway on a new 46,000 square foot facility to open in May of 2006.