TORONTO, Ont. — The Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) has launched a new printing service is says will help fleets drive down costs.
The association’s OTA Print Solutions has been tested with eight fleets and has proven to lower their printing costs, according to OTA.
“These are tough times for Canadian fleets and everyone is trying to reduce costs,” says OTA president David Bradley. “Reducing the cost of printing and paper supply purchases is one line item that shouldn’t be overlooked.”
An OTA Print Solutions audit team visits carriers and conducts an analysis of printing costs. They then provide a post-audit report that shows where savings can be achieved by making purchases through the new OTA initiative. It’s a free service with no obligation, according to OTA.
Joanne Benac, vice-president of finance and membership administration for the OTA will spearhead the new program.
“The service is not designed for one-off printing quotes on a particular item or to obtain a quote against a current suppler,” says Benac. “To see a cost reduction the OTA Print Solutions specialists must review procedural efficiencies as well as cost reduction strategies.”
For more info, contact Benac at 416-249-7401, ext. 230 or Karen Smith at 519-578-0530.
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