Intro

Our front-line health workers need as much support as we can provide on a daily basis.

We have always loved serving our partners in health care.  From brochures, to large-format signage, we appreciate being just a small part of the help they provide to us year after year.  As this pandemic created new challenges for everyone, Kaiser Permanente reacted as quickly as possible, and we were happy to be there for support.

As we have stated a few times in the past few weeks:  you may know us for high-end, glossy print products… but that’s not what many need right now.  In this case, Kaiser needed print solutions to aid in their newly created COVID-19 screening process across 10 different Southern California locations: Stickers.  Their new screening process allows for patients, visitors, and staff to be identified in an easy, straightforward fashion – colors and high visibility.

While the stickers aren’t fancy, they are in high demand.  Our current production schedule requires us to turn around thousands of stickers to their 10 different locations with next-day delivery.

Client

Ink

4/0 CMYK

Paper

8.5 x 11 Label Sheet

Finishing

10-up on a sheet, kiss cut to design.  COVID-19 priority print, assembly, and delivery for one day turn around and delivery.

Contact

Sales Rep: Darioush Nikravan

Project Manager: Christian

Do You Need Solutions?

Our current pandemic demands we ask different questions and be as innovative as possible.  Let us know if we can help with creative solutions or critical PPE for you and your business.

COVID-19 Priority Print with Next Day Delivery to 10 locations in So. California.
4/0 CMYK Ink with kiss cut labels.
Nearly 500K delivered to date!
Darioush Nikravan

Darioush Nikravan

Darioush started his career in the printing industry straight out of college by working as a sales person for PrimeSource (now Fuji). Darioush once considered pursuing a career in rap music but chose to get his MBA from Pepperdine University and joined Classic Litho shortly thereafter. Darioush has never regretted his choice. He still loves rap music and will argue the merits of West Coast rap over East Coast.