“We can produce just about every paper-based product manufactured.”
Leo Moio, Managing Director, Print Media Group
Print Media Group has attained Process Standard Offset certification (PSO) ISO 12647-2, which verifies that our print quality complies with internationally recognised standards. This confirms our ability to offer customers consistency in colour reproduction, through auditable process control tools and measurement devices that demonstrate precision in colour reproduction and repeatability.
One of the major benefits of our solution is the absolute support that we can guarantee through our manufacturing facilities. We offer the advantage of dealing with one of the largest manufacturers in the country – the only one that operates three separately located full-scale facilities, with the ability to transfer production at any time between locations. We also run warehouse and fulfilment centres in Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania and Western Australia. All sites operate to recognised industry standards.
We can keep the lights on …
If there’s a problem, we can transfer production between locations at any time to produce almost any product to deal with any situation. Utilising our global print network we also have the flexibility to move work to our partners in more than 28 countries, including New Zealand.
Print Media Group puts new technologies into practice often long before anyone else is aware of them. As the Australian Associate of Standard Register in the US and eFORMA in Switzerland, we have access to the latest global product and process improvements through a network of worldwide partners who share their latest innovations. Each year we meet with people from all over the world to discuss what we do differently – ensuring the continual development of new ideas and solutions locally.
|“Print Media Group was deemed to be the best value for money out of all of the companies. When the evaluation committee went there for a site visit, we found them to be highly organised and professional, and well set up for project-based work.”