Surrey, British Columbia (PRWEB) April 20, 2009
In a bold move for a media manufacturer, Precision Disc Manufacturing Corp. has announced that they are now reducing the size of their minimum orders in an effort to reduce any negative impact their products may have on the environment.
By reducing their minimum order requirements to just 300 units for replicated/packaged goods, this CD and DVD duplication company may be bucking manufacturing norms, but they are getting a nod of approval from their clientele. The way they see it, they are taking responsibility for lowering consumption of materials and, in turn, reducing waste.
Vice President Bruce Durnie explains, "At Precision Disc you're dealing factory-direct, so we're able to configure our production capabilities in any way that makes good sense. Environmentally speaking, it's in everyone's best interests if we produce less, because producing less means we create less waste." Durnie continues, "What's the point of a CD and DVD duplication company producing 500 or 1000 units of a product if the client only has a need for 300? It's an unnecessary waste of resources, plus you know the unwanted goods will eventually end up in a land-fill."
To learn more, please visit http://www.predisc.com for information, specifications and on-line quoting.
About Precision Disc:
The Precision Disc Manufacturing Corp. was founded in 2001 in Surrey, British Columbia Canada, and provides full service CD and DVD manufacturing, print and packaging services for clients in the United States and Canada. As the actual manufacturer of your product, Precision Disc takes great pains to provide only the highest quality products and services, which includes a growing line of eco-friendly packaging solutions that features low-plastic, no-plastic and even biodegradable materials.