Planning Ahead for Paper Shortages

Ben Franklin faced paper shortages back in the 18th Century. We’re facing them today too.

Supply shortages of almost all paper grades can disrupt our usual printing production schedules. Paper that was held in our inventory or readily available in a few days now can take much longer to get. Publishers and advertisers are facing a new world where short schedules are seldom possible.

The supply chain disruptions rippling through the economy challenge our printing industry too. Projects that were easily turned around in days may now take weeks to complete. At Duall Print & Mail we work to assure the best possible service to our loyal customers. When paper is on hand or readily available, we are often able to produce in our usual prompt time frame.

The more advance notice we have, the better we will be able serve you.

Ben Franklin said, “Those who fail to plan, plan to fail.”

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