Global Semiconductor Manufacturer Saves Big with Print-on-Demand

December 11, 2017

A well-known semiconductor manufacturer was using a print-and-distribute model, printing a large number of materials to be shipped to fulfillment operations in Europe, Southeast Asia and North America. The production and shipping cycle was lengthy—taking up to 42 days. Additionally, large inventories of material were held in three locations, costing the company storage fees on top of worldwide shipping fees.

The challenge was to cost-effectively produce the company’s technical documentation and distribute it to representatives and customers around the world—while also reducing waste from overprinting and creating a quicker distribution cycle. 

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