The recession is staring to ebb, and bell-weathers like Document Depot are starting to see the signs of recovery: people are ordering business cards again.
"We’re a street level business," said owner Ed Keenan. "We saw the recession coming six months before the crash. Now, we see good signs of recovery. People are starting to market again."
Keenan says people believe it’s safe to come out again. Business cards, brochures and more are starting to make a comeback as businesses start to invest again.
"We’ve been around for 12 years," Keenan said. "This is our third recession."
One thing that sets Document Depot apart from others is its commitment to helping customers maintain their corporate identities. Helping advance the brand is key to Document Depot and its dedicated graphic arts staff.
"What sets us apart from national or online ‘competitors’ is our service," Keenan added. "And yet, we can print low quantities of full color printing at amazing prices. And, we don’t penalize you by imprinting our name on your business cards."
Another sign Document Depot is confident in the economy’s direction is its investment in new equipment to serve its customers.
It’s installing a new Canon 9065, which is a digital color press capable of handling 65 pages per minute and up to 110-pound cover in sizes as large as 13 x 19.
"This will greatly enhance our ability to handle glossy stock and off-sized originals," Keenan noted. "We’ll have greater color and paper control with improved registration and image setting capabilities."
Document Depot enhances this with finishing, including a booklet maker, collator, hole puncher, folder and saddle stapler. It’s efficient, fast and cost-effective.
Keenan also has invested in a second piece of equipment that handles heavier stocks: a creasing and perforating unit. It employs a rubber blade and a laser guide to more effectively strike the paper without breaking the paper or toner.
"This is professional finishing, without cracking the paper or toner," he added. "It’s a great benefit when doing self-mailers, brochures, invitations, greeting cards, note cards and photo cards."
Document Depot is a leading digital printing, design and document processing firm with more than 12 years of experience in processing, printing and designing digital graphics and short-run printing projects for leading organizations.
Its success is based on it’s ability to listen and respond to the needs of its customers with a combination of personalized service, teamwork and advanced technology.
Document Depot offers the latest equipment and software, expertise, and commitment to customer service that differentiates us from the competition.
For more information visit us on the web at www.documentdepot.net, call 609-520-0094 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Document Depot. 126 Stanhope Street, Princeton. 609-520-0094. www.documentdepot.net. Ed@documentdepot.net