FREMONT, Calif. – Oct. 22, 2015 – Levelthree Solutions, a division of DCL Logistics, which provides print and marketing solutions to the technology and healthcare markets, has recently been renamed DCL Print Solutions. The company has been operating as a standalone business since DCL’s acquisition of the company in 2010, but will now migrate to DCL’s technology platform, WMS and shipping platforms.
“We believe there are untapped opportunities as the parent company, DCL Logistics, independently services over fifty clients in the consumer electronics, consumer goods and medical industries. These are clients that DCL Print Solutions does not currently service but all of them need print or marketing-related services,” said David Blain, General Manager of DCL Print Solutions. “Folding DCL Print Solutions under the DCL Logistics brand will enable us to realize synergies across the vertical supply chain, which was the original intent of the acquisition.”
About DCL Print Solutions
DCL Print Solutions, formerly Levelthree Solutions, offers the following services: marketing and product fulfillment, print management, marketing portals, promotional products and Web2Print Books. Each service can be offered on its own or in combination to provide bundled solutions unique to our clients’ marketing and supply chain requirements. All services are provided under one roof, which is unparalleled in the industry, and enables DCL Print Solutions to provide a vertically integrated supply chain solution.
About DCL Logistics
DCL Logistics is a leading provider of fulfillment and supply chain services for companies in the consumer technology, healthcare, and consumer goods industries. We specialize in partnering with emerging companies, who have a multi-channel fulfillment strategy that needs to be executed quickly. At the core of our business, we offer the following services: eCommerce and D2C Fulfillment, B2B Fulfillment and Reverse Logistics. DCL Logistics’ locations in the Bay Area, Los Angeles and Louisville provide optimal locations to stock product and fulfill to end consumers with the quickest transit delivery times and lowest freight costs.