5 October 2009
ePRINTit expands services through agreement with FedEx Canada
TORONTO—ePRINTit, a wholly owned subsidiary of St. Joseph Communications recently announced it has expanded its service offerings through an agreement with FedEx Canada. The deal will see ePRINTit—a network of 35 print centres that offer print-on-demand and document management, providing FedEx Express services at six of its federal government sites, according to a company press release.

“We are pleased to enter an agreement with such a reliable distribution partner that shares our commitment in providing fast, convenient and premium service at competitive rates,” said John Gagliano, president of St. Joseph Print & Documents in a press release. “By extending our services with FedEx, we can offer our customers one-stop convenience for the entire lifecycle of their products from printing to distribution.”

Customers of ePRINTit will have the option to pay for FedEx shipments through their existing account, said the press release. More sites will be added to the agreement later this year. 

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