Onlineprinters GmbH Goes Online with Italian Webshop
Online print shop offers free shipping of printed material to Italy
Onlineprinters continues to expand presence of native-language shops in Europe
Onlineprinters GmbH distributes the extensive array of printed materials in 31 European countries via the international brand Onlineprinters and the German brand diedruckerei.de. The online print shop is on the market with native-language shops in German, English, French, Spanish, and now also Italian in order to offer even more transparency and service in online purchasing. The excellent quality of print products, optimum customer service and renowned quality seals in the online shop of Onlineprinters.it are honoured by the customers. The German e-commerce business is one of Europe's leading online print shops and has established over 250,000 regular customers in just a few years' time. The growth market is in Europe.
Certifications guarantee the quality of print products in the online shop
"With our internationally renowned certifications, we offer our customers a broad basis of trust. The quality of print products is guaranteed through our PSO-certified production (Process Standard Offset). Secure payment transactions and trustworthy handling of customer data in the online shop have top priority at Onlineprinters GmbH", says Neuer.
Free standard shipping of printed material to Italy and other favourable delivery conditions throughout Europe make shopping at www.onlineprinters.it very attractive for our customers. "It is inexpensive, safe and simple to order print products online from us. Our favourable price-performance ratio offers retailers, advertising agencies and graphic designers, as well as private customers throughout Europe a great advantage in price when buying at our online print shop", the Account Manager adds. With the new native language shop onlineprinters.it, Onlineprinters has moved another step closer to its customers in Italy.
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