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MET’s Digital printing services can outshine most printers best work

The digital print world has evolved. It’s now more available, more efficient, and more cost-effective. Even when budgets are non-existent and timelines are laughable, we somehow manage to get the work done — delivering exactly the result you were hoping for. And, of course, on time and on budget. MET has a spectrum of digital print offering such as IGEN 150 that prints a staggering 14 x 26”, INDIGO 5000 for amazing quality short run print work, and  Xerox 2060 for demand service. Something to suit every program requirement

When Nike requires a high level Brand Book, custom wrapped case cover with ribbons and foil treatments and screen printed sleeve, no problem.

When Telus is looking for some variable data custom recognition kits for their long term staff, we will produce it.

When author and agent of social change Kevin Carroll needs 1 HUGE book to use in front of 15,000 people, we make it happen.

When trade shows require a daily news publication and booth graphics for a multi day convention, we make it so.

Digital printing was a natural evolution of METs commercial sheetfed print work. Today’s best print solution is not always a big printing press, shorter run lengths, tighter schedules, high quality demand and lower budgets carved a niche for MET digital. MET offers a wide range of solutions tailored for your project.

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