Important is On Time Delivery?
important is your project? Is your printing important enough to be delivered on
At Copresco, we've built our reputation on
fast, accurate on-time
delivery of your books, manuals and related materials. The date promised is
the date delivered. No waffling.
Years ago, a job applicant let slip
the philosophy of her former employer, which she endorsed. "If a customer
brings us a job in the late afternoon, we're not going to let them ruin our
evening," she casually told me. "They'll just have to wait."
know who was more shocked: me, when I listened in disbelief to her
anti-customer attitude, or the applicant, when I informed her that I saw no
reason to continue the interview and promptly escorted her out of my
At Copresco, we know that before a college semester begins the
textbooks had better be printed, bound, and in the bookstore. When a
conference, seminar, convention or meeting convenes, everyone in attendance
needs all their supporting documentation in hand. "Only a day late" just won't
cut it, especially if the meeting is only one day long!
the equipment, the staff, the systems and the dedication to complete your
project on-time. We have the technology and the craftsmanship to make sure that
on-time also includes our award-winning quality and accuracy.
that on-time does not just mean printing and binding, it includes getting your
work out to where it belongs. Whether your books, manuals or training materials
deliver down the street or to the other side of the world Copresco has the
resources to get them where they are going, on-time.
shipping? Whether several or several hundred destinations, we'll get it there,
on-time and intact. Let's not forget proper labeling, so your printed materials
aren't lost at their destination. Count on Copresco to think of things that
others may overlook.
As founder and president of Copresco, I'm
personally committed to the philosophy and tradition of "Copies Overnight". So
is everyone on my team. I hope you'll allow us to demonstrate our commitment to
Steve Johnson, President