PrintWeek impressed by our speedy turnarounds

Let’s face it: when you face constant three-hour turnaround times, it takes a lot to get you charged up. But when PrintWeek got in touch to interview our very own sales director Ridha Jaffar, we were pretty excited.

PrintWeek is the print industry’s leading media brand. Its magazine is delivered to more than 8,000 printing professionals, and its website attracts more than 100,000 readers each month – including many of us. So naturally we jumped at the chance to help inform their readers about the logistics of our incredible turnaround times.

The article opens with Ridha explaining why he hates traffic: “’You can never rely on the roads!’ he exclaims. Not that he lets it get in the way,” the journalist, Jon Severs, writes. Severs mentions how our fast and reliable service is trusted by companies and organisations like Google and the NHS, and Ridha gives away one of our tricks of the fast delivery trade: “’When roads fail, we use the Tube and railway network to deliver urgent printed collateral within the specified deadline.’”

Of course, the article isn’t just about how great we are with delivery times and customer service. It looks in-depth at how printers can actually deliver on our three-hour promises. We use automation to ensure the fastest jobs get to through the printers first, and we utilise technology like SynCloud, our web-to-print platform, to give customers the flexibility they need to get jobs to us as soon as possible. Then we streak across London (or across the more than 23 countries we service) to make sure the materials are in our clients’ hands the moment they need them.

But we don’t want to give you all the details on this blog. To learn more about how we and other printers do it, check out the article here.



Neeru Pallen

Neeru works as a marketing consultant for Print Express. She enjoys working along side her talented team and keeping up with business trends.

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