The WP&B Difference

All companies are unique. Each with their own tone and perspective on how they work with their employees, clients and community. Willamette Print & Blueprint strives for long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with customers. We are also proud of our loyal employees that aren’t shy to display their exemplary attitudes towards customers, which leads to our business growth and success.

So what makes us different?

  • Customer Focus – Our goal is to bring the products and services that our clients need to help them be successful. This customer focus approach means that while some of the services may not provide direct revenue, they enhance the customer experience with us and make for a better client and vendor relationship. Some examples of these services include the ability for our customers to review invoices online, our online order form and providing an easy to use FTP workspace.
  • Community Focus – We are committed to supporting our community through our sustainability program. We are proud to offer 100% recycled media for all large and small format black and white printing. We support The Living Future organization and provide special services for many non-profit organizations in the area.
  • Value and Trust – We understand the hard work our clients have put into creating their documents. We often consult with our customers on best practices and industry standards to help them get the best out of their hard work.
  • Unique Printing Capabilities – Our recent investments have made it possible for us to expand our printing capabilities like printing directly onto glass, two way imaging on transparent material, raised printing, and more.

For more information regarding our products and services, we invite you to contact us and let us know how we can help. If you are interested in knowing more about our community focus or the latest in industry news, see our blog or follow us on Facebook or Twitter @wpbinc.


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