Business owners – let’s face it. All we’re really looking for is “The One.” You want someone who’s amazing at what they do. Someone who does things when they say they will. Someone who’s smart with money. But some of us can’t seem to stop the endless cycle of going from relationship to relationship after years of broken promises, endless waiting or careless nickel-and-diming.

Is it time to break up with your printer?

Is finding a commercial printer that can offer the best quality printing, best turnaround time and the best price really too much to ask? Many printers try hard to be all three, and make promises over and over again, but they’re just not able to make you give you what you really want.

Trust us… you’re not alone. We hear tales of woe like these all the time from new customers just coming on board with us.

Have you heard any of these from your printer lately?

Paper prices are increasing again… I know it just went up a couple months ago, but my hands are tied!”

“I know the quality isn’t what you expect but it’s the best we can do with the budget you’ve given us.”

“I’m really sorry, but we can’t turn around your project on time. It’ll be another few days.”

“I know those shipping costs are high. Unfortunately, those weren’t figured into the quote we put together.”

Enough of the games – give CPC a try.

Crescent Printing and Promotions is equipped for your most demanding job, has the knowledgable people to get it done on time and on budget, and has the track record to back it up. You don’t stay in business since the mid 1930’s by leaving your customers hanging. We respect our customers and their needs, and treat every job like it was one of our own. We don’t play games or engage in pricing tricks to get you in the door.

CPC is all about great printing value with great people serving you. That’s what we do. Let us earn your business and show you how we will exceed your printing expectations.

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Our Commercial Printing Capabilities

At CPC Printing and Promotions, our heatset web offset printing specialties include catalogs, magazines, manuals, inserts, tourism guides, calendars, direct mailers, and other medium-to-high-volume, high-quality commercial printing products.

Web Offset refers to the use of rolls, or “webs,” of paper supplied to the printing press. Webfed presses are divided into two general classes: “heatset” and “coldset.” Heatset presses utilize drying lamps or heaters to cure or “set” the inks instantly. On a coldset press, the ink dries through absorption into the paper.

Heatset Presses can print on both coated (slick) and uncoated papers, while coldset presses are mainly restricted to uncoated paper stock, such as newsprint. The speed of webfed presses far exceeds that of sheetfed presses and can provide distinct cost advantages. The heatset presses at CPC are custom designed and finely calibrated to produce the highest-quality printed products available.

At CPC, our sheetfed printing specialties include sell-sheets, brochures, newsletters, postcards, coupons, covers for catalogs and magazines, and other high-quality commercial printing products.

Sheetfed refers to the process of individual sheets of paper or paperboard being fed into a press via a suction bar that lifts and drops each sheet into place. Sheetfed presses are built in various sizes and are commonly used for producing shorter production runs. Mechanical registration ensures that the imagery appears in the same position on every sheet.

Finishing is the general term that encompasses cutting, trimming, folding, binding, and other post-production processes. It also refers to specialized decorative processes such as embossing, debossing, foil stamping, and die cutting.

Saddle Stitching and Perfect Binding are the two most commonly-used methods for binding products such as catalogs and magazines.

With Saddle Stitching, wire staples (or stitches) are driven through the spine to fasten a stack of folded sheets together. This is commonly seen in magazines, newsletters and other such publications. Newsweek, Time, Business Week, and other similar magazines provide an example of saddle stitching.

Perfect Binding, also called adhesive binding, is a method of affixing pages to a cover or spine by means of glue. An adhesive material is applied to the spine edge of the book block and a cover stock is wrapped around it. Common examples of perfect-bound publications include paperback books, telephone books, and higher-page-count catalogs and magazines.

At Crescent Printing, we provide a comprehensive menu of professional mailing services for distributing your catalogs, magazines, EDDM postcards, and any other direct mail products. To ensure that your direct mail marketing is distributed effectively, our mailing services include first-class mail, bulk mail, saturation mail, co-mail and more.

Using state-of-the-art software, we prepare your mailing in accordance with the latest U.S. Postal Service requirements, which allows us to pass deep postage discounts directly to you.

Allowing us to handle your mailing services offers these valuable benefits:

  • Fast turnaround you can rely on
  • Eliminating the cost of having your printed product shipped to you
  • Removing the hassle of coordinating third-party mail houses
  • Take advantage of lowest postage rates

Plus, we will help you stay on top of the latest news and information that could impact your mailing!

Mailing Services Include:

  • Processing your mailing list files
  • CASS/DPV certification to standardize addresses
  • Presorting and USPS documentation for maximum postal discounting
  • Drop shipping analysis for additional postage discounts
  • NCOA-48 processing
  • Inkjet setup and addressing
  • Poly-wrapping
  • Scratch-offs and affixing
  • On-site USPS verification and delivery to the Post Office
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