Solutions for the Print Industry
Workshops, Inc. is proud to provide handwork solutions to the commercial print industry, including all of Birmingham’s largest commercial printers. Here is a list of our capabilities, but if you don’t see your need specifically listed, give us a call and we’ll see what we can do to help you find your solution!
Collating, Nesting & Inserting
We specialize in hand work for items too large or specialized to be handled by machine. We work with envelopes, poly-bags, pocket folders, and much more.
Capable of folding all types of specialty and marketing materials, including pocket folders, media/CD holders, posters, sleeves, maps and more. We also provide bi-directional folds, z-folds, tri-folds and other specialty folds
Add a discount card, sample item, key card or magnet to your marketing materials using removable glue dots.
We regularly put together employee benefit packets, new hire packets, safety training materials, registration/gift bags for conferences and other special events.
We shrink wrap individual items such as 3 ring binders, books, boxes, note cards & envelopes as well as multiple items in specified quantities
We offer GBC punching and binding for all types of printed items, including cookbooks used for fundraising at local churches and other organizations.
Delivery & Pick-up
Workshops, Inc. is able to provide pre-scheduled pickup and/or delivery service for materials in and around the Birmingham area. Additional pickup/delivery fees may be applied to your project based on distance and size of load. We also deliver daily to the downtown Birmingham Post Office daily
For questions, estimates and quotes, contact Kathy Dunn, Director of Operations by email or at 592-9683, ext. 241
Printers and other businesses who rely on Workshops, Inc. for handwork solutions include:
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