Docucopies West Completes Move Just in Time for the Spring Rush

A Docucopies team member stocks binding supplies at the new facility near the San Luis Obispo airport in California.

SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA—March 31, 2014—Two weeks ago, the online digital color printing company moved its California production to a 10,000-square-foot warehouse space near the San Luis Obispo airport, which is a drastic size upgrade from its last facility. The upgrade was necessary to keep up with recent growth and prepares the company for future expansions in equipment, workforce and production volume.

Though the move is now finished, a high-volume of rush orders has kept the team hard at work with little time to relax as the year’s first busy season begins.

“It looks like we finished the move right on time,” said Mike Lindahl, the general manager for West Coast operations. “Spring is a busy season and we’re going to need the extra space and machines to keep pace.”

School yearbooks are a major cause of the spring rush, and each year sees more schools ordering their books from Docucopies for the first time. Frequent discounts from 10 to 20 percent or more often entice budget-savvy shoppers to try the company’s book printing, binding and other services, and the company also offers a constant 10 percent discount for schools and non-profits.

Source: Docucopies.

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