Webb/Mason Opens in Houston to Serve Clients Like Compaq, Citibank, Shell
Press release from the issuing company
Baltimore, Maryland - Webb/Mason, a Maryland-based enterprise print management provider, announces the opening of a 37,000 square foot distribution center in Houston to expedite the delivery of printed and branded materials more efficiently to customers in the southwest region of the United States.
The distribution center, located in the Kempwood Technology Park, supports the national distribution requirements of clients and Webb/Mason’s expanding customer base. Currently, customers such as Compaq, Citibank, Shell Oil, Jiffy Lube, Lyondell, Ryland, Texaco, Talent Tree and Cooper Energy Services are being serviced from the Houston facility.
"As our Houston office has continued to grow, Webb/Mason began exploring distribution alternatives to help our customers save additional dollars," says Warner Mason, president of Webb/Mason. "We are able to negotiate savings by utilizing a vast network of vendors and partners. By establishing this distribution center, we can reduce freight charges to the customer and further minimize delivery times."
Webb/Mason provides customers with an online Enterprise Print Management Center, known as EPM Online, which allows users within an organization to streamline the procurement of printed and branded materials more effectively. Online users can release items from inventory, customize and order stationery, business cards, brochures and promotional items. Webb/Mason’s online service allows buyers and managers to review real-time inventory information, receive automated reorder notifications, track orders and ensure brand integrity throughout an organization.
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