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FedEx Office Meets Evolving Customer Needs With Expanded Print Capabilities

Leading Print Provider Continues Technology Investment with State-of-the-Art Copier and Printer Fleets

July 6, 2016

PLANO, July 6, 2016—FedEx Office®, a world-class commercial print provider, has enhanced its copier and printer fleets with the rollout of more than 1,800 Canon imagePRESS C700 color digital press and over 1,400 HP DesignJet T3500 large format printers to FedEx Office stores. The new color devices offer an expanded portfolio of printing solutions designed for speed and flexibility, providing customers with outstanding color quality and enhanced printing capabilities. These new large format printers and digital presses allow customers to produce full color large-format engineering and construction documents. The rollout marks the latest move by FedEx Office to leverage its industry-leading technology to provide a professional printing experience for its small and large business and consumer customers.

According to a recent survey[1], 99 percent of U.S. marketing executives in the past 12 months have used printed marketing materials including direct mail, brochures and signs, illustrating that, regardless of industry, print continues to be a critical resource for small and large businesses. The new Canon color digital presses deliver robust speeds while maintaining outstanding quality output. The new HP large-format printers provide efficient and affordable full color prints in a category dominated by older LED model black and white printers.

“Our customers rely on us to provide the tools and technology they need to be successful and differentiate themselves from their competitors.” said Kim Dixon, executive vice president and COO, FedEx Office.  “The early feedback from our customers has been fantastic. They are thrilled with the vibrancy and quality of their color prints and large format documents.”

The color copiers and printers are some of many new enhancements coming to FedEx Office stores this year. To help better serve customers, FedEx Office will be offering upgraded equipment throughout its network, including new self-service machines, full-service black and white copiers, and high speed color production printers in its closed-door manufacturing plants.

The convenient network of digitally-connected FedEx Office retail locations, centralized production centers and around-the-clock online services help small and large businesses improve their productivity and maintain total control of their print supply chain.  FedEx Office is seamlessly linked to the FedEx global shipping network, providing the speed and reliability of the FedEx brand to ensure on time delivery of all printed materials.  To learn about the full portfolio of FedEx Office® Corporate Print Solutions, visit www.fedex.com/corporateprint.

 

About FedEx Office

FedEx Office has more than 1,800 stores and locations in the U.S. and Canada, providing convenient access to printing and shipping expertise with reliable service.  The company’s network features retail stores, centralized production centers, corporate on-site print centers, and on-site business centers at hotels, convention centers and universities.  Services include digital printing, professional finishing, document creation, direct mail, signs and graphics, copying, computer rental, free Wi-Fi and corporate print solutions. In addition, the company offers FedEx Express® and FedEx Ground® shipping, Hold at FedEx Location, and packing services backed by the FedEx® Packing Pledge.  For more information, please visit fedex.com/office.

 

[1] FedEx Office and Printing Industries of America surveyed over 400 marketing executives.  The survey was conducted September 11-19, 2015, and had a margin of error of +/- 4.89% at the 95 percent confidence level.

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