MINNEAPOLIS, MN, April 21, 2003 -- Zomax Incorporated today announced the launch of its new Print- On-Demand capabilities that extend the company's existing suite of outsourced supply chain services. The new offering enables a seamless, on-demand model and provides high quality documents customized to individual customers.
"Our customers look to us for cost-effective, timely solutions to improve the efficiency of their supply chain," said Michael Miller, Zomax Executive Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Development. "These new Print-On-Demand capabilities help companies reduce obsolescence, customize product offerings, and increase the response rates of their marketing initiatives."
The new offering is enabled through a partnership with Digital Logistix, a leading provider of Digital Printing Services, and leverages advanced digital printing technology and web-based print management capabilities. The solutions are integrated with existing Zomax supply chain services allowing customers to customize documentation, manuals and promotional materials, and bundle them just-in-time with their products as they bring them to market.
Digital Logistix has deployed Heidelberg color and black & white equipment within the Zomax Fremont, California production facility which can output millions of impressions per month with a variety of bindery and paper stock options. Customers can personalize output and leverage the efficient web- enabled document ordering, management, and fulfillment system.
"Companies are looking for lower inventory levels with more personalization for their print materials," said Gary Spohr, Digital Logistix Chief Executive Officer. "We are impressed with the supply chain solutions from Zomax and are excited about how Print-On-Demand will benefit our joint customers."
The new Zomax Print-On-Demand services are available for customers immediately.
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