Growth Spurs Docucopies West to Look for Larger FacilityOctober 31, 2013
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA—October 31, 2013—After another year of great business growth, Docucopies.com is in the market for a larger production facility for its West Coast operations. The current building located here has served its purpose well since the online digital printing company expanded its business to California in April, 2012.
"It's a great location," said Mike Lindahl, general manager at the facility. "Most of us live right in San Luis Obispo, it's always sunny, and we're right next to UPS."
But several factors are forcing the company to look for a larger space:
- Ongoing additions to its equipment inventory eat up floorspace.
- In addition to growing the business, the West Coast facility now produces jobs for states which used to be in the Midwest facility's shipping domain.
- Ever greater amounts of paper and bindery materials must be stocked at all times to meet demand.
- Docucopies.com workforce has nearly doubled in recent months, requiring more room for production and bindery.
"It's a good problem to have, and it's a natural part of growing a company," noted Jeff Corbo, vice president and marketing director for Docucopies.com. "Whether you're a family or a business, nobody looks forward to moving. But it's a necessary evil in moving on to bigger and better things."
The owner and managers have not yet decided whether they'll be buying or renting. All options are on the table, according to David Pressley, president/CEO of Docucopies.com. Regardless of the outcome, customers in the Western states and across the country can expect the save level of great service and quality products they've come to expect from the nation's premier digital printing company.