Collate & Assemble

Preferred Direct offers complete fulfillment services for your business, including collating and assembling services. When collating and assembling, all of your requested materials will be placed in the correct order efficiently and accurately, giving your materials a professional look every time. As a commercial printer, Preferred Direct can save you money by completing your fulfillment jobs in a quick, easy and efficient manner.

Collate means to gather or arrange sheets or other printed materials into a pre-determined sequence. Examples include:

  • Books ready to be bound
  • Loosely stacked sheets in a promotional folder
  • Magazines
  • Booklets
  • Company reports
  • Insurance plan booklets

Save Time and Money

When we assemble, we will place your individual pages or materials in the sequence you request. There are many ways to assemble print products, and we will work with you to ensure your finished product is correct and professional-looking. That way, you can get it to your customers quickly.

These services are extremely useful for fulfillment jobs that require the collating and assembling of books, brochures, inserts or other materials with multiple pages. Not only can we help you with your collate and assembly jobs, but Preferred Direct can help your business with all its commercial printing needs. Let us save you money by completing your fulfillment jobs in a quick, easy and efficient manner.

Industries of all types use Preferred Direct because we have experience, and we know the compliance, challenges and regulations your company faces when creating a printed product. Our experienced project manager will help guide you through every step of our printing services from start to finish.

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