PMI operates three HP Indigo digital presses at its inner city premises in Melbourne’s Fitzroy – the new HP Indigo 7500, plus an HP Indigo 7000 (installed last year) and the company’s original HP Indigo 5000.
Chris Zapris, managing director of PMI Corp says having increased capacity leads to faster job turnaround times and in turn creates efficiency.
He says, “We believe high levels of efficiency create high levels of customer satisfaction. The HP Indigo platform enables us to produce high quality work fast and fits seamlessly into our digital workflow.
“Besides our armoury of three HP Indigo presses, our ‘digital’ culture includes automated quotes and job workflow, rapid customer assistance and on demand job delivery.”
Zapris says PMI is attracting an increasing amount of work from offset printers who trust us to produce their short print runs.
He continues, “We offer a cost effective trade printing service that complements our clients’ demands and enables them to take advantage of the benefits of short run digital printing and provide their own customers with an expanded service.”
PMI opened for business in 1998. Since that time PMI has built a solid reputation as a commercial printing company whose focus is based on producing the most cost effective short run printing. The company’s services include digital printing, web-to-print, fulfilment and logistics.
Zapris adds, “We are passionate about ideas and having fun. We refine and develop our practices continually, never ruling out possibilities. With the end-user firmly in our mind, we ensure our printed products will ultimately meet our customers’ needs.”
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