The Printing Source Revenue and Competitors
- The Printing Source has 26 Employees.
- The Printing Source grew their employee count by -7% last year.
What Is The Printing Source?
The Printing Source was established in 1987 by the company's founder, Don Kohm. Initially a print broker business, the company quickly increased in size and so did its commitment to quality. It enhanced its reputation by beginning to manufacture its own printing products to meet the needs of a changing marketplace. This spirit of technological innovations continued throughout the years as The Printing Source became a leader in the invention and utilization of technology, enabling the company to produce the highest quality of printing more efficiently. Our capabilities include five-color over five-color perfecting, UV ink with in-line coating and a full-service bindery. In 2006, The Printing Source moved into a state-of-the-art facility, built specifically for commercial printing. We employ a richly diverse workforce of forty well-trained and experienced professionals. Our people are our foundation, our competitive advantage and our future. Everyone at The Printing Source is committed to providing superior service and solutions that deliver measurable customer benefits. Our unique consultative sales approach enables the sales representatives to evaluate a printing project and recommend the best materials and processes to meet our customer's needs and goals. The advance of Qr Code technology is one more way that The Printing Source can remain a leader in print solutions. We look forward to a successful future with partnering with our loyal clients.keywords:N/A
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