XPress Copy, a local independent shop, has been providing fast and reliable copying and printing services since 1978. XPress provides high quality and fast turnaround at remarkably low prices.
From XPress Copy you’ll receive:
► efficient friendly service from professionals
► meticulous attention to detail
► delivery on time, every time.
XPress is a member of Portland Buy Local, and offers easy website job submission for complete business services. By choosing XPress, you'll be assured that your job is run from start to finish on state-of-the-art equipment, carefully completed on time by industry professionals who know how to make technology perform.
Your XPress Copy Team is responsible for getting your job done properly and delivered on time:
► Philip Rhinelander, founder and president, a graduate of Harvard College and London’s Royal Academy of Music, taught on the music faculties of Middlebury College and UVM in Vermont before moving to Maine to start XPress Copy in 1978.
► Todd Kent, general manager, joined the XPress team in 1990. Todd combines the highest standards of customer service, production and team management with over 25 years of experience.
► Corey O'Brion, who headed our engineering division for many of his twelve years at XPress, is now our production manager.
► Aimi Baldwin, controller, has deftly managed our bookkeeping and accounting functions for over five years.
► Brooke Stanhope, is head of customer service. Brooke brings over twelve years of experience in printing and copying to XPress, ensuring that XPress continues to provide you the ultimate in friendly and helpful service.
► Linda York, full-time copy and color copy expert, has brought reliable, professional quality to XPress for over 25 years.
► Sean Hodgdon is our skilled head operator in the engineering and wide format department.
► Owen Hill is our newest customer service representative.
► we are delighted to welcome Andy Robinson to XPress in our binding and finishing department.
► Nate Jackson has moved primarily to night shift work in binding and finishing.
Discounts for Non Profits
XPress Copy’s Non-Profit Discount Program (“XNP” for short) began twelve years ago as a pilot program to benefit a few registered non-profit corporations. Today, our expanded XNP program is open to all non-profits, requires no enrollment, and offers discount pricing to any individual or corporation engaged in work which benefits our community.
XPress Copy is proud of XNP, which has provided over $2 million dollars in savings to our non-profit customers in the course of twelve years. Please be sure to let us know if your work or project is not-for-profit, or, even easier, let us register you as a regular XNP customer!
Today, XNP is used extensively by over 600 non-profit customers, including charities, civic groups, religious organizations, social clubs etc., as well as individual students, teachers and volunteers.
Questions, Questions, Questions!
Need some help deciding which type of bind to choose? Want to know more about foam core mounting? How large can a postcard be without incurring extra postage? Is it better to order tri-fold brochures or saddle-stitched booklets? What is meant by “Copy On Demand”, and how can it cut costs?
XPress Copy to the rescue, with COPY ADVISOR! We’ve compiled a growing list of FAQ’s (Frequently Asked Questions) related to copying and printing which we hope will be useful to you. You can access XPress Copy's COPY ADVISOR in two ways:
1. When you click on an item from our “Product List”, the chances are you will find additional information about that item alongside its description. That’s our new XPress COPY ADVISOR, and it comes to you automatically.
2. You can go straight to COPY ADVISOR from our home page to find all its content in one place, arranged alphabetically by the associated product or service.
We expect COPY ADVISOR to grow steadily as we discover more useful tips, and we invite you to submit tips and advice as well. If you have information (or an experience) which would be of benefit to other customers (and to us), please share your thoughts!