October 8, 2008 - Tukaiz, a leading provider of results-driven marketing communications services, today announced the expansion of its already robust fulfillment services with the acquisition of a 10,000 square foot building adjacent to its 110,000 square foot Franklin Park, IL campus. The purchase was made specifically to respond to customers' need for turnkey fulfillment solutions that optimize their marketing collateral programs and support today's requirements for print-on-demand fulfillment, online ordering, and smaller, more frequent shipments.
With the additional space, Tukaiz will offer a full complement of cost-effective fulfillment services that address the trend toward a shortened order-to-delivery cycle, including kit packing, warehousing, and shipping. A key driver in the decision to expand was the explosive growth the company is experiencing in online ordering and fulfillment, as Tukaiz is offering both businesses and consumers the ability to create and order customized marketing collateral, personalized products including calendars, note cards, greeting cards, and banners, among other innovative products online.
"We are pleased to bring more sophisticated product management and fulfillment services to our business to business and business to consumer clients," said Larry Pagel, director of operations of Tukaiz.
"We want to make it easy for every customer to utilize Tukaiz as their portal, fulfillment center, printer, and creative support. The exciting thing for us is that clients are looking to us to be a total partner in their marketing initiatives."
The expansion also underscores the company's commitment to 'green' marketing. On-demand print and fulfillment, along with a commitment to produce more highly targeted marketing collateral, reduces paper waste by producing only what is needed, when it is needed.
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