Businesses in the publishing and printing sectors will benefit from an end to end solution to their logistics and fulfilment needs with the launch of The Processing Centre.
Part of the Citipost Group, TPC has unveiled a dedicated division within the business which is ideally suited to the magazine and catalogue marketplace.
The service is a one stop shop for logistics and fulfilment operations and provides everything from warehousing and carriers to the highest standards in customer care.
Customers will benefit from a tailored process to meet their individual requirements as well as a range of support – including data analysis, account management and an internal customer services function.
Its launch follows the continuing exponential growth in both the online marketplace with more and more organisations entering the e-commerce arena as well as though wishing to target their customers with printed material.
Managing director Bob Powner said the dedicated service builds on Citipost’s strong track record in fulfilment and final mile delivery of a range of items which already includes catalogues and printed material.
‘We are already a market leader in the print and publishing sector,’ Bob added. ‘This new service allows us to build on this impressive reputation and incorporate a new offering, which is ideally suited to the subscribed magazine and catalogue industry.
‘This is a sector that is expanding and with our new service, we are able to offer our clients a full end to end solution to their logistic and fulfilment requirements.
‘We are confident that TPC will provide an unbeatable service to our clients both here at home and overseas. The company has invested heavily in TPC to ensure that we are front of mind for customers looking for first class service at a competitive price.’
The Processing Centre already handles freight daily for many household names including Arco, YPO and is completely focused on the future growth plan.
From its warehouse and processing centre at South Normanton's Berristow Lane, the new TPC arm of the business will build on the company's already impressive reputation as a leader in global services.