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Why We Are The Best Printers In Durban

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OneStopPrint is the leader in same day service and 24 hour service. At OneStopPrint we use environmentally friendly triple green coated paper.

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Paper and recycling: About 35% of municipal solid waste (before recycling) by weight is paper and paper products.

Although Gutenburg was credited with creating the first printing press in 1439, the Mongolians were printing as early as the 1200’s.

Mexico had a working printing press in 1534—before Ireland, Russia, or America! It took almost 2yrs to produce Shakespeare’s First Folio. Printed in 1623 & was the 1st time Shakespeare’s plays had been published together.

When books were made by hand, scribes used water-based inks; these didn’t stick to printed pages well, so printers invented oil-based inks. Each piece of movable type, including letter forms, punctuation, and blank spaces, was originally made by hand.

Today print is one of the largest industries in the world. Print eclipses auto-manufacturing and is more than 18X bigger than video games. Business printing grows at 6.8% annually worldwide.

The print industry is worth $640 Billion and drives $3.8 Trillion in related services.

Did You Know?

  • 48 trillion pages are printed annually.
  • “To address climate change, we must use more wood, not less. Using wood sends signals to the marketplace to grow more trees.”
  • Greenpeace 51.5 million tons of paper was recovered from recycling in 2010. Enough to fill the Empire State building 124 times
  • Only 11% of cut forest trees are used by the paper industry.
  • Forestry is the most sustainable of all new energy and materials industries
  • Forestry is the most sustainable of all new energy and materials industries