This business is a full service print shop offering a wide range of printing services. Services include digital, offset and large format printing. They also offer mailing, bindery and fulfillment services. They serve a variety of clients from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. They are well established and profitable with a great reputation in the community and many repeat customers. The company is fully staffed with tenured employees and is ready for new ownership to continue growing this successful business.
According to Dallas Printing Services The right marketing collateral can help a business make the right impression to potential clients. That’s why it’s important to find the right printing partner to work with. A good printer will take the time to listen to their client’s needs and then provide them with quality materials that meet those needs. This is why it’s important to ask a prospective print provider the following questions:
1) Can You Send Me Samples?
Seeing the quality of the paper or even the texture of a printed product is an important part of making a decision to hire a print shop. If a company is unable to provide you with samples of their previous work, it may be best to move on to another option.
2) What Is Your Turnaround Time?
It’s important to know how long it will take a print shop to complete your project. This will help you decide whether or not they can deliver on the deadline you need them to meet. Most good printing companies will be able to give you at least an estimated timeline for your project. Some will even offer standard, rush and expedited options at varying pricing structures.
Business to Business Hours of Mon – Fri, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
This B2B print business is a great opportunity for someone looking to run their own business with national brand recognition, training and support. It has a great staff and the current owners are willing to stay on for a transition period but do intend to retire. The facility has all the latest technology including relatively new digital and traditional offset printers, mailing and bindery equipment in a spectacular 12,000 square foot space. The customer base is varied and includes commercial (B2C) and wholesale customers with no single account generating more than 15% of revenue. This is a great opportunity to own your own business with high margins, steady revenue and growth potential.