Digital Reprographics was started in 1999 by George Metallinos, working from his home office with one computer doing desktop publishing and pre-press for other printers on the Peninsula. Over the years the product line offered has expanded to digital printing of flyers, brochures and booklets to meet a ten-fold increase in customer demand.
Digital Reprographics was one of the first to adopt new technology as it became available, especially in the large format printing of posters and banners. When the first Xerox digital press came to Australia in 2009, Digital Reprographics installed one to deliver a wide range of printed products. It has since added a second digital press as well as a second large format printer which uses eco-friendly latex inks.
“Our experience in the pre-press, colour management and quality of print gives us the leading edge in keeping our clients happy,” George said. “We are proud to have done work for large organisations and small businesses throughout the Peninsula, Melbourne Metro, Australia-wide as well as internationally.
“A lot has changed in the past two decades and a lot will change in the next five years, and adaptability to technological changes will be a No.1 requirement for Digital Reprographics. We are looking forward to what lies ahead, but with our experience and motivation we will take the journey together with our valued customers.
“As a BITE Business Conference exhibitor/sponsor, we will love to see you there on June 20 at Frankston Arts Centre.”
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