Is there a minimum or maximum quantity you typically print?
Because we work with customers to help optimize their print runs to meet demand while securing the best cost-per-piece and minimizing unnecessary overhead or waste, our threshold is based on a total annual print run quantity, not on just a single print run. As a general rule of thumb, our customers print a minimum of a few hundred booklets (manuals, journals, standards, etc.) annually, and can produce up to tens of thousands in a year. In some cases, that annual volume is made up of just one piece or title, while other customers have an extensive publications library consisting of hundreds of different titles.
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