Established in 1998, as a Print Brokerage service in the downtown core of Toronto, Canada, RCS Print & Promotions (RCS) has grown with the industry to offer valued experience and an unparalleled track record. With over half a million a year in printing sales alone, we have seen every type of project and can recommend a wide variety of options to help you increase the quality of your printed message, while keeping your budget in check. With a wide variety of products and a hands-on approach to service, RCS professionals can provide you with anything you need and ensure it is done in a timely manner. Being clients ourselves, we are able to personally walk through each order and ensure its quality and completion.
Over the past decade, the printing industry in Toronto, Canada has embraced a cleaner, more environmentally friendly process. RCS has been at the forefront offering clients the eco-friendly alternative in each and every project. Clients have more choice than ever to help protect forests and minimize waste though FSC Printing and Recycled Content Papers.
RCS offers eco-friendly solutions and will guide you though this process with each project.
Benefits of using a Toronto based print broker
Switching to a Toronto based print broker may be the smartest decision you’ll ever make regarding print purchasing. The knowledge and experience is free, and you’ll never have to listen to complex print language again. Plus “over-competition” allows you to take advantage to Toronto prices.
Brokers receive pricing discounts from Trade-Only printers based on their total purchases for the year and not the individual sale to each client. So, although your yearly printing needs may not be tremendous, you can still take advantage of our quantity discounts.
We are working on your behalf…not on behalf of our suppliers. Each job must first be approved by RCS and then by the client.
Due to the specialty nature of the industry, we are able to use the exact strengths of each supplier for each job. For example, we are not forced to run a 6 colour job, on a 4 colour press.