Los Angeles, California — Lumi, the leading US marketplace for packaging and print products, today announced that the manufacturing group Taylor Corporation has partnered with Lumi to make its manufacturing capabilities available to customers on Lumi Marketplace.
Taylor has over 115 years printing experience, and with more than 70 production facilities across North America, offers a wide array of commercial print and high-graphic packaging capabilities.
Sean Cushing, Vice President of Growth at Taylor stated:
"The B2B manufacturing world is fairly void of the types of buying experiences we each live and breathe on a daily basis as individual consumers. The Lumi Marketplace is doing more than its share to overcome that void.
Whether you’re a buyer or a supplier, Lumi Marketplace is an intuitive and unpretentious way to learn, connect and transact. Emerging supply chain and marketing leaders of the world are increasingly demanding transparency in commerce – from tracing the derivation of raw materials to accessing data that can be leveraged to enhance post mortem conversations. Lumi serves as a strong advocate for, and facilitator of, operating in such a way.
Needless to say, Taylor is proud to have been an early adopter of this progressive supply chain management technology. We look forward to increasing the network of brands we support with print and packaging manufacturing."
Lumi members will now be able to access factory-direct pricing across Taylor's nationwide capabilities for print collateral, folding carton, and labels.
Stephan Ango, co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Lumi said "Taylor Corporation is on the forefront of bringing modern technology to the printing industry. We're so excited to see Taylor adopt Lumi and be part of the mission to simplify direct-to-manufacturer procurement."
Lumi is a digital marketplace that gives manufacturers the ability to make their capabilities available online, directly to customers, with a streamlined interface and messaging capabilities that revolutionize procurement. Buyers in the fast-growing ecommerce industry use Lumi software to find and collaborate directly with suppliers globally.