12 November 2014
Printer Gateway collaborates with Printsites2go to launch new website
TORONTO—Printer Gateway Inc. has launched a new website. The national wholesale trade printing provider of offset and digital printing, wide format and packaging products, will service the print industry by delivering over 579,000 print products options.

The website can be viewed on a desktop computer, tablet or mobile device and will be powered by Printsites2go—a design and technology consultancy in Toronto. “Statistics show that up to 77% of web traffic today is driven from a mobile device and we wanted to address that need,” Ming Leung, President of Printsites2go said. Printsites2go was responsible for the websites user experience research, branding, visual look and feel, site architecture and interactive content development.

The 100% Canadian-owned and operated company believes the new website reflects its approach to creating high quality printing for quick printers, sign shops, print brokers/resellers and other printing industry professionals who care about price, quality and fast turnaround times.

“Designing, buying, and printing a quality print product can be confusing and complicated, so we wanted to demystify and simplify the process while offering the most comprehensive selection of products, stocks and options,” Brian Armstrong, CEO and founder of Printer Gateway said.

Products sold from the online store are manufactured in Printer Gateway’s 47,000 sq. ft. factory and ships across the country. Industry professionals can order wholesale printing from 1 to 100,000 pieces and receive instant pricing.



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