The Sunshine Coast trade printer said the move into digital would help it provide more flexibility to its resellers. Printers can expect "quality digital product delivered on time at trade prices", said chief executive John Bromfield.
"Our new digital print centre caters for the smaller quantity options and faster turnaround times our customers are looking for. We’ve also introduced additional product options to give our customers more choice," he said.
LEP's 2,200sqm factory also contains two four-colour Ryobi 920 A1 offset presses and "a full suite of bindery and finishing equipment". LEP also offers clients "a fully integrated online ordering and job-tracking system" so they can get quotes and track orders.
Bromfield said: "Customers love being able to monitor their work and seeing where it’s at.
"We’ve also introduced a number of other initiatives such as the option for customers to add a label with their own logo on the external packaging, to reinforce LEP’s anonymity with their customer."
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