FedEx Kinko's adds direct mail, print-on-demand

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FedEx Kinko's has added direct mail services and print online to its list of document solutions for small and medium-size businesses.

The company has witnessed the growth of direct mail marketing in recent years while working with its customers for the printing aspect of their direct mail campaigns. With its new offerings, customers will no longer have to work with multiple vendors to produce a mailing or spend time stuffing envelopes, folding brochures and applying postage.

"We are bridging the gap by providing the same services for smaller quantities, enabling small and medium-size businesses to have access to the same marketing tools as large corporations," said Brian Philips, executive vice president/CEO of FedEx Kinko's, in a statement.

The company's direct mail services include design, production, address cleansing and verification, professional finishing and mail processing. Print Online is the company's new Web-based print management tool that enables customers to digitally send documents to FedEx Kinko's Office and Print Centers for printing.

With the application, customers may select from a variety of printing and finishing options, track order status, reuse saved print jobs and review order history.

FedEx Kinko's, Dallas, will accept job orders between 100 and 15,000 pieces and available formats include postcards, letters, brochures and newsletters. The company's experienced team members will help customers plan, create, print and mail their direct mail pieces from beginning to end. FedEx Kinko's can also help customers obtain postal discounts for qualifying mailings of 200 or more pieces.

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