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Educating Future Book Printing Leaders

Posted by Mark Pitzele on May 2, 2014 8:45:00 AM

Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions is committed to ensuring customer satisfaction by driving continuous improvement throughout the organization.  In addition, Core Publishing Solutions is committed to educating the future leaders of the print industry by offering programs that allow students to tour the facility and learn about the processes that create the culture of continuous improvement we live by.

To that end, on April 11, 2014, Core Publishing Solutions hosted an educational event for the Stout Typographical Society.   Started in 1926 and one of the oldest organizations on the UW-Stout campus, the student-run, on-campus organization provides quality printing solutions to student groups, campus departments, and local businesses.  The organization prides itself on helping students in the Graphic Communications Management major obtain practical experience during their educational career that helps develop future leaders of the print industry.

The program started with an overview of Core Publishing Solutions.  At 1.1 million square feet, Core Publishing Solutions is one of the largest book manufacturing and distribution facilities in the country, producing close to 50,000,000 units a year.  In order to keep pace with the ever changing publishing marketplace, the focus is to seamlessly integrate offset and digital workflows.  This allows Core Publishing Solutions to provide publishers the flexibility they need as they shift titles between digital and offset runs.

The students then learned how Core Publishing Solutions has been able to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and provide so much value to their customers.  It all starts by championing a Continuous Improvement Culture throughout the whole facility.  With continuous improvement, there is no final destination on the improvement journey as the whole operation is always striving to eliminate waste, create better processes and be open to the possibility that change may lead to a more efficient way to complete a step in the manufacturing process.

In order to implement the Continuous Improvement Culture, the students learned about all of the elements that are involved when that culture is created.  They are seen in this chart below:





One of the first goals is to reduce non value moves by creating a more organized workplace.  The early impacts of the implementation showed the employees what the benefits of the culture would create:  simplicity, teamwork, visual changes and recognition.  From there, creating standard work processes throughout the organization by focusing on the safest, most efficient and quality way to perform each task helped Core Publishing Solutions take another step on the continuous improvement path.  describe the imageAfter the class work was done, the students were able to tour the facility and see firsthand what they had just learned about in the classroom.  The opportunity for the students to see how the continuous improvement culture actually worked on the production floor. 

Core Publishing Solutions takes its role as one of the leaders in the book manufacturing and distribution business very seriously.  Educating the future leaders of the industry as well as continually striving to develop more efficient ways to manufacture and distribute books for our customers are both ideals that we form the backbone of our organization.  We look forward to hosting the Stout Typographical Society next year.  If you are interested in an educational event for your school or publishing organization, please do not hesitate to contact me at




Topics: Book Printing Solutions, Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions, Lean Manufacturing, Continuous Improvement

Is your Book Printer a Pickle Extraction Expert?

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Aug 13, 2013 6:41:00 AM

Price, Price, Price..................

Book printers often lament that the books we produce have become a commodity.  "We have to be the lowest price or we will not get the work",  "The only thing print buyers care about is book printing commodityprice", "I lost the job on price again."  These are all things we have heard hundreds of times.  A similar refrain can be heard throughout the print industry.  The question is why do so many people believe it is true?

Seth Godin recently posted a great blog article about how and why certain products become a commodity.  In his article, Purple Cows and commodities, he argues that the only way something becomes a commodity is if the stakeholders allow it to happen. 

Godin states, "When something matters to you, you talk about it, care about it, research it, tweak it... If all that we've got to care about is the price, then the price is the discussion, not the item itself." 

That is excellent advice.  Why are we focusing only on price?  Isn't it time we shift the conversation? 

Standing Out in a Crowd

book printing stand out in a crowdAlmost everybody in the printing business states they have excellent service and quality.  Sometimes it must start sounding like a broken record to print buyers.  If we don't take the time to differentiate ourselves from the competition, who would blame a print buyer from focusing only on price?

Price is also not something that can simply be ignored.  As long time print industry veteran and #printchat contributor Michael Josefowicz told me regarding price, "I know it was important when I went to buy. I'm pretty sure it was important when I was selling."

So how do we make price important, but not the overriding factor to the buyer?  The best solution is to discuss price in the context of the overall value that your company provides to potential customers.  By doing that, you can get the prospect to look at the price from a completely different perspective.

Now that we have covered price from the printer's perspective, here are a couple of ways that print buyers can help determine if they are getting the maximum value from their print vendors.

Two questions print buyers should ask themselves about their print vendor

Does your print vendor excel at pickle extraction?

I received an email the other day that started, "I am in a little bit of a pickle and I hope you can help me out."  My first thought, "of course we can help out."  My second thought, "I wonder where that phrase book_printing_and_pickkescame from?"

A production editor at a University Press that we have a great partnership with was in a position familiar to everyone in the publishing industry.  A book was delayed in editing, design, permissions, the author's mind (take your pick) and they were going to need an aggressive print schedule to get the book in time.

When we establish partnerships with publishers, our standard run time is 10 business days, but we offer custom run times on a title by title basis.  We can print and ship, including 24 hour proof approval, an offset or digital run, case or perfect bound in 5 business days. 

Getting customers out of scheduling pickles is a tangible value we add to customer relationship that we have. 

Does your print vendor proactively provide you with input that helps you avoid being "in a pickle" before it happens?

Proactively providing your customers with advice and information which stops a potential problem from happening before it occurs is another way that we stand out from the crowd and bring tangible value to our customers.  

One of the areas that we are very proactive with our customers in an effort to avoid problems before they occur is in prepress.  Even if the customer has submitted a file that "might" be the way they want it, if we see a potential issue we will check with them for clarification.

We also make suggestions that will help customers keep their project on budget or even make it less expensive to produce.  Some examples would be recommending a different type of paper or cover lamination, printing the job offset or digital, recommending a different trim size or taking the time to understand the business enough where we can make recommendations as to the number of books that should be printed.

Our experience as a book manufacturer and a publisher gives us a unique perspective.  We are able to help our customers solve issues before they become problems and recommend to our customers alternative solutions that may create a more cost effective way to produce their titles.

The Big Picture

Getting you out of the inevitable pickles that occur in publishing, giving input that help avoid potential problems before they occur or adding value in other ways to help move your business forward are things that your print vendors should be doing.

Good service, good quality................those are a given today.  Make sure you are getting the value you need from the relationship that will help your business.

If you are not receiving that value from your print vendor, maybe it is time to start looking around in the marketplace to see what else may be available. 

Topics: Book Printing Solutions, Publishing Solutions, Book Printing

Book Manufacturing Workshop - Eagan, MN - October 15-16, 2013

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Aug 1, 2013 2:12:00 PM

See Up Close: Publishing Solutions That Help Move Your Business Forward

If you work in publishing, our Book Manufacturing Workshop is a great way for you to see up close and learn about content production and delivery solutions that can help move your business forward.Thomson Reuters Eagan Campus

Most publishers today are faced with diminishing margins and have had to cut costs in many key areas.

As a result, publishers are looking more and more to their service providers for solutions that will help them remain competitive in a constantly changing publishing environment.

Our Goal: Help Publishers Be Successful

The Book Manufacturing Workshop is so valuable because we will provide relevant information that will help you solve content production and delivery issues that you face every day.

Learn About Solutions That Benefit Your Customers

  • How do the efficiencies of a first class short run book manufacturing facility benefit your customers?
  • What is the value of having your books printed and shipped directly to your customers from the same facility?
  • How do strategic determinations of when to print digital or offset help your customers?
  • How do your customers benefit from scheduling procedures that allow our publishers to have some of the shortest run times in the industry for their titles?
  • What are the most common errors in print ready files that we receive and how they can be corrected before the file is submitted, allowing your customers to get books without unnecessary delays

Network With Others In The Publishing Business

describe the imageThe Book Manufacturing Workshop is also a great opportunity for you to meet people from across the publishing industry.  Sharing ideas and creating connections is an important part of any business and the workshop gives you an excellent opportunity to do that.

One recent attendee had this to say about the workshop:

"This seminar was highly informative. Getting to see the facility firsthand was a real eye-opener! The technology Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions has invested in and the systems in place to keep everything running are astounding. The seminar would be helpful to all customers."

A Valuable Experience

When you attend our Book Manufacturing Workshop, you will:

  • learn practical information that you can share with your colleagues that will help your business
  • make additional connections in the industry, enabling you to build your network and learn from others
  • see the actual production process up close and even have the chance to bind your own book
  • understand how the solutions we offer will benefit your customers

To take advantage of this great opportunity, simply click on the button below and let us know if you have any questions or that you plan on attending the workshop.

We are looking forward to seeing you in October.


Questions about the Workshop? Click here

Topics: Publishing Solutions, Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions, Book Printing

Book Manufacturing: The Pros and Cons of Soft Touch Laminate

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Jul 16, 2013 7:18:00 AM

describe the imageI would like to thank Brandon Nowak (pictured right), a supervisor in our Bindery, for contributing this article about soft touch laminate.  Brandon is a perfect example of how our employees think of our customers and the impact our process will have on their business when testing new materials to bring to the marketplace.                                                                                            

Reading with a Soft Touch

Doesn’t it feel like every time you go to the store to purchase something that it’s impossible to find the exact same product as you did last time? The last time I went to the grocery store to buy tissues I spent a solid 20 minutes searching for what was right for me and I was only looking for tissues!!  Had I known that you can have images uploaded online and have personalized tissues delivered to you with your picture on the side I could have saved a lot of time.  I can’t imagine a need for somebody to see my picture right before they sneeze but I know what I am getting my Mom next Mother’s Day!


Currently, in the evolution of book manufacturing, Soft Touch Laminate has caught many customers’ eyes – or, should I say, hands.  Soft Touch is fairly new to the market, offering a beautiful dull/flat matte look, but what has people mesmerized is the feel upon the first touch of the hand. In tissue terms, the finish could most easily be compared to a soft, velvet variety.  As with most products, even ones that seem to have a lot of benefits, as a publisher it is important to determine if soft touch laminate is the right material for your books.


Knowing that the laminate is new to the industry, it was very important to us not to bring it to our customers until we were fully confident with above-industry-standard performance. We rigorously tested it for a number of months with tests including: tear, pull, adhesion, tumble and a special score machine test, which our Engineering Department developed to resemble scoring from a binder or folder. 

Like many matte laminates, adhesion can be challenging when adhering to a 4- or 6-color sheetfed cover. The first lot of Soft Touch material we received had us convinced that it would wind up with other materials in the “pretty but not practical” bin.  We have very high standards for the quality of our laminate material and we were not satisfied with the overall results we were getting from our testing.


We finally brought Peter Ladas from Cosmo Films in to discuss how we could get the material to meet our standards.  We found out that finding a solution for soft touch lamination has been an issue industry wide and were eager to see what other options may be available. That’s when Cosmo Films brought forward a new material that recently had been developed for us to test with an improved bonding agent.

We applied the new Laminate to our Hardbound and Softbound products with exceptional results! We even applied it to our most difficult covers (dark blue inks, lightweight papers) and found that it outperformed some of our current gloss/matte laminate material.

We went forward in May of 2013 and apparently the material was not quite ready to hit thedescribe the image market.  However, just this past week we were able to begin placing orders for the new and improved soft touch laminate.


As a company that provides book manufacturing solutions, our goal is to help publishers grow their business by providing essential information that will help publishers make the best decisions they can about how their books are produced and distributed.

As new materials become available in the marketplace that consumers want, it is important we offer those materials to our publishers.  Now that we have the confidence that the material will perform to our customer's expectations, we are excited to bring it to the marketplace. 

If you have any questions about soft touch lamination, don’t hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help.      

Topics: Book Printing, Core Connection, Book Binding

Book Printing: Viewing your PDF Proof

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Jun 18, 2013 1:04:00 PM

Learning all the ins and outs of book printing is not easy.  Some of you have been working with book printers for years, while others may have been thrust into the print buying role the old fashioned way - you were volunteered for the job. 

Either way, understanding the ins and outs of viewing a PDF proof of the book before it goes to press is an important part of the process.  Any mistakes that are caught at this point may save you thousands of dollars in reprint costs.Viewing_your_PDF_Proof

Here are four examples of things that you might see while viewing a PDF proof and some tips that will help fix the issue.

1.     There are a number of areas on the cover or interior that are solid black and they look like they are in different shades, you have two options in this case:

·         Check with the designer to see if all of the black areas on the cover or the interior are 100% black or if some of the areas were done in CMYK black.

·         If you have Adobe Professional, you can quickly check the color on your own.  Go to VIEW: TOOLS: PRINT PRODUCTION: OUTPUT PREVIEW. Once you have done that, simply move your cursor over each black area and it will give you the percentage of CMYK in that area.  If the only percentage listed is 100% black, you will know it is correct.  If there are other percentages in the CM or Y field, you know you have "rich" black.  You can now go back to the designer with specific examples of where issues are with the cover, saving time and money in the process.

2.    The standard text in the interior of the book looks lighter than it should or varies in different parts of the book.  This problem is similar to the first issue, but it involves the text in the interior of the book:

·         Check with your designer and make sure the text does not have "screens" causing the shade of the text to vary, or

·         If you have Adobe Professional, repeat the process from above and see if the text has the same percentage of black throughout the book.  If there are variances in the percentage of the most common type of text in the book, you just may have saved thousands of dollars in reprint costs.  Bring your specific examples to the designer so the entire interior can be checked.

3.      When you look at the PDF, there appears to be outlines around all of the text:

·         While this may look like there is a serious issue with your cover, most likely the problem is that you are viewing the file with the overprint setting set incorrectly in Adobe. 

·         Download this two page document which will explain how to make sure your overprint setting is set correctly in 4 versions of Adobe Acrobat



4.      When you view the PDF, you can't tell if the pagination is correct and you are worried that the book will not print with the proper layout:

·         Open the file in your Adobe program and select VIEW and then PAGE DISPLAY, In PAGE DISPLAY select TWO PAGE SCROLLING, make sure there is a check mark by SHOW COVER PAGE IN TWO PAGE VIEW

·         You will now be viewing your interior file just as the book will be printed.  Make sure the layout is correct by looking where the blank pages are in the file, making sure the page numbers and any other headers or footers are on the correct side of the file

We hope these tips will help you in the future by saving you some time during the proofing process and maybe even averting an error that could lead to a costly reprint.

Our goal is to be proactive with our publishers by pointing out things we may see in the file that could lead to a problem when the book goes to press.  We feel it is always better to ask the question than simply assume that the file was intended to be submitted the way we received it, even though that is sometimes the case.

I would like to thank Mary Tierney, one of our Customer Service Representatives with over 30 years of publishing experience for providing the information for this article. 

If you have any questions about viewing PDF Proof files, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help you out, even if it is just for some friendly advice.


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Topics: Book Printing, Prepress

Core Connection: Perfect Binding Solutions

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Jun 14, 2013 2:31:00 PM

Welcome to the first installment of our Core Connection series.  This series will highlight how we connect with our PUBLISHERS by providing solutions that support the core of their business - their customers.

We recently produced book number 1,000,000 using our Standard Horizon BQ-470 perfect book printing book bindingbinding solution.  I know that most of you are thinking, what does that possibly do for me?  In and of itself, it is simply a number.  However, let's take a look at it in a different light.  How does the BQ-470 and the solutions it provides help PUBLISHERS have happy customers?

Short Run Environment

In today's publishing world, due to a number of factors, run lengths are declining.  At the same time, there is more content being produced than ever before because it has become so much easier for PUBLISHERS to produce titles with shorter run lengths due to advances made in printing and binding technology.

As run lengths decrease, the unit costs for titles rise and PUBLISHERS are faced with the dilemma of how to determine the print quantity for each title, as well as the quantity for reprints.  PUBLISHERS need an efficient solution to make sure they can have their titles available to their customers in a timely manner, monitoring inventory costs and still maximize the profit on each title despite the higher unit cost of smaller runs.

Enter the BQ-470

The efficiency and productivity of the Standard Horizon BQ-470 helps us provide an excellent short run perfect binding solution for our PUBLISHERS.  The BQ-470 very rarely has a mechanical issue, has virtually no set up time for a job and can bind about 1300 books an hour.  Impressive information, no doubt.  But again, how does it help our PUBLISHERS?


In today's fast paced world, customers expect a lot from the PUBLISHERS that they purchase content from.  PUBLISHERS in turn need more than a service provider.  They need to partner with companies that help solve problems.  With the help of the BQ-470, PUBLISHERS that partner with Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions are able to:

  • quickly reprint books that sell better than expected and that are needed immediately for classes that have already been scheduled
  • make custom run time requests on a title by title basis when inevitable editorial delays or other publishing emergencies occur
  • allow inventory to drop lower than normal because reprints can be done so quickly
  • produce titles of multiple trim sizes, paper types, thickness and quantity in a short run environment that fits the needs of the publisher

All of the above solutions help PUBLISHERS to provide content to their customers in the most efficient and cost effective manner possible, which in turn allows PUBLISHERS to move their business forward. 

Improving Technology

As the publishing environment continues to change, partnering with companies like Standard Horizon in an effort to offer the best solutions possible to our PUBLISHERS is extremely important.  You can read the full article about how the BQ-470 has helped Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions provide value to our PUBLISHERS by downloading the attached article.

Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions Binding

 If you have any questions at all about book binding and think we may be able to help, do not hesitate to contact us and one of our Publishing Professionals will be happy to get in touch with you.


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Topics: Publishing Solutions, Core Connection, Book Binding

Introducing Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Jun 12, 2013 10:05:00 AM

We have been producing books and delivering them to customers for over 100 years.  First as West Publishing, than Thomson-West and now as Thomson Reuters.

The rich history Thomson Reuters has as a publisher and information provider gives us a unique perspective on the issues publishers face today and has helped us develop solutions that solve those issues.

As a way to better describe the solutions we offer to publishers in the marketplace, we are proud to announce that we will now be known as:

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Scalable, flexible solutions for your titles.

In today's world, most publishers are asking their employees to do more and more, many times with fewer available resources.  As a result, publishers need more than service providers.  They need partners that will provide solutions that make the day to day jobs of their employees easier to perform.  

At Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions, our mission is clear:

  • provide essential information, insight and productivity tools to help you remain competitive in today's rapidly changing publishing environment
  • provide superior value by offering end to end content production and delivery solutions to help you maximize the value of each title in your catalog

At the core of our business, is the deep experience and expertise our customers rely on - every day.

Our experience and the end to end solutions we provide allows us to produce content and get it your customers in the most effective and economical manner possible.  When you partner with us, we take care of the core of your business, your customers, so you can focus on continuing to develop the outstanding content your customers count on you for - every day. 

We hope you will continue to read our blog and learn more about Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions and the commitment we have to helping publishers succeed.  Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all about how our solutions may be able to help move your business forward.

Topics: Publishing Solutions, Thomson Reuters Core Publishing Solutions, End to End Solutions

Are your Book Printing and Fulfillment Solutions Causing You Pain?

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Feb 20, 2013 10:21:00 AM

How much pain does your publishing business feel?

If your company is producing multiple book titles a year, there is tremendous potential for you to feel pain throughout that process.  The most dangerous type of pain is often the type that makes you uncomfortable, but is not real severe.  The type of pain you feel when your children get to choose the radio station in the car.  This type of pain, if it goes unchecked, often leads to serious issues and fractured business relationships or worse, the feeling of getting a terrible song stuck in your head for days.

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The goal of your publishing solutions provider should be very simple: PAIN RELIEF. If you are not receiving the proper amount of pain relief, it is time to start looking for a new doctor. (I mean solution)  

Uncomfortable Publishing Pain

What does uncomfortable publishing pain feel like?  HEARTACHE.  It makes you ask, WHERE ARE YOU NOW.  You can ignore it ONE TIME and maybe a second time, but sometimes you may look at your publisher friends who never feel this type of pain and think THAT SHOULD BE ME.  You want to BELIEVE, but eventually you realize the pain is NEVER GOING TO LET YOU GO.  This pain can cause BIGGER issues for you if it goes unchecked, so let's take a look at this dangerous pain and see what can be done to avoid it and make U SMILE.

 Pain that causes HEARTACHE

  1. You never receive calls from your publishing solutions provider; you always are the one to initiate contact.
  2. Your publishing solutions provider is never making suggestions on how you could have your content produced more efficiently.
  3. What's worse, you never hear from them with solutions that could save you money.  
  4. When there is a quality issue, you discover it first, instead of hearing about it directly from your publishing solutions provider.
  5. There is no communication about missed shipping dates. The books just always seem to appear a couple of days late.
  6. Every request that you make is met with resistance.  It always seems like you are annoying your publishing services provider.
  7. You ship books to another location for fulfillment, adding unnecessary time and cost to the process. (Click this link to see another option)
  8. The last time you actually saw your publishing solutions provider in your office was during the Clinton Administration.   

Don't Delay

We all know when something is not right with the solutions we are being provided.  We get that nagging feeling and yet we wait to see if it will get better.  Don't wait until it is too late. Find out today what solutions may work better for your business.

We want to help you find those solutions. 

Contact one of our publishing professionals and get some pain relief.  We will help in any way possible. We want to help the entire industry thrive, whether you become our customer or not, so don't hesitate to reach out to us for some immediate pain relief.

Need Pain Relief? Contact Us For Help!

Topics: Book Printing Solutions, Publishing Solutions

Finding the Best Book Fulfillment Solution for Your Business

Posted by Mark Pitzele on Feb 5, 2013 2:07:00 PM

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I was not sure what I should write about for my first blog post, ever

I knew I had to provide something inspiring to the millions of people that will read this post.  The meaning of life, creating world peace, how the Badgers can score more than 50 points in a basketball game? Real pressing issues.  However, that seemed like a lot of pressure, so I may have to save it for another day.

That begs the question, what will this blog be about?

The goal of this blog will be to:

  • Provide relevant information that helps organizations that publish books solve some of the most painful issues that they face on a daily basis.

  • Suggest end to end publishing solutions that will help organizations that publish books deliver content to their customers as efficiently as possible. 

Today's topic:  Book Fulfillment.  

In today's marketplace, book fulfillment is a very important part of your business.  Your company makes more money per book if they buy it directly from you as opposed to another online retailer.  Given that, doing everything you can to provide your customers a great book fulfillment option can do a lot for your business.

Whether you are doing book fulfillment in house or whether you are using a third party provider, it is important that your book fulfillment program makes sense for your business.  To help clarify the issue, these are the questions I would ask your team:

Does your book fulfillment solution:

  • Meet all the needs of your customers?

How often are you getting complaints from customers regarding your fulfillment program?  How quickly do they get their shipment after they place the order?  Do your customers pay published rates for shipping or do they get a discount?

  • Make the best use of your resources?

If your book fulfillment operation is being done in house, does it make sense in today's marketplace for you to be paying employees to fulfill book orders in addition to their regular job duties, especially if you have a large volume of orders? 

If you are using a third party, do you receive the type of service where you need to spend hours a week putting out fires that your third party fulfillment provider creates?  How much time is lost because your employees need to deal with these issues?

  • The most cost effective solution for your business?

How much is your book fulfillment service costing your company every month?  Seems like a straight forward question, but getting a clear handle on these expenses may not be as easy as it appears.  Are you capturing all the costs if you are fulfilling your orders in house?  Are you leveraging volume discounts for materials and shipping costs that are available in the marketplace?

What are your next steps?

If you are beginning to wonder if your book fulfillment solution is working for your company, it is time to take action and investigate what may work better for your company.  Whether your in house fulfillment is too expensive or whether you are not getting service from a third party that meets your expectations, start to look for an alternative that helps your business.

If you are looking for a third party provider, at minimum you will want to know: (***click the link below to see the value of leveraging discounted shipping rates for your program)

  • What type of inventory control and reporting are provided?

  • Does the fulfillment center offer special kitting services for multiple book or series orders?

When you start asking these questions and making comparisons, it will start to become more clear which direction you should take your business. 

If you would like to get additional information about How to Find the Best Book Fulfillment Solution for your company, download our free guide by clicking on the button below. 

You will get the guide and you can also get a free analysis of your book fulfillment operation from one of our publishing professionals.

We get the satisfaction of helping people in the publishing industry find the best solutions for their business and their customers.  Everybody wins.  Not a bad result for my first blog post, ever.


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Topics: book fulfillment, book printing services, book fulfillment services, book printers

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