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Trade Printer Zoo Printing Expands East With NJ Facility

April 2013

BELL CA—Zoo Printing has un-veiled a new location in West Deptford, NJ. This new production facility shortens shipping times to the East Coast without requiring rush shipping or additional production costs.

Combined with its locations in Southern California and Kentucky, Zoo says it can now deliver almost anywhere in the U.S. within one to two days using standard ground shipping.

Zoo Printing is a trade printer, so its goal is to give printers access to a broader range of products that they currently do not produce in-house or cannot produce efficiently. "It is not our goal to move into a region and compete against local printers. We provide them access to a larger selection of products and services. This way they can offer a full product range without the need for risky investments in new equipment," said Dan Doron, president of Zoo Printing.

The New Jersey facility uses the same pieces of equipment as Zoo's other locations to produce four-color offset, four-color digital, large-format and one- and two-color products with various coating and finishing options. All facilities are G7 compliant with process controls in place to deliver consistent quality from every location.

"Our clients rely on us to produce top-quality products and make their businesses look good, and we take that responsibility seriously," said Doron.

Zoo has plans to expand to Texas and Florida in the near future.


 

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