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Catalogs are really useful for promoting a business.

  • Showcase your products and services
  • Perfect for fashion or retail lookbooks
  • Bring them with you to events and conferences
  • Full-color printing
  • Saddle-stitched or wire-o binding

"We use our small catalogs for trade show handouts and also for mailers. We like to use PrintPlace.com because you always do good work, you are always on time, and there is never a hassle… and you do it cheaper than most places!"

Kari Klumpe, Golight Inc.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Always Happy with Print Place Always get fast service, agreeable assistance, outstanding quality and no-hassle pickup... love Print Place!
Date published: 2018-02-10
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High-Quality Catalog Printing Services

Full-color catalog printing online at PrintPlace is fast yet affordable. How fast? They can be printed the same day we receive your order. Are our catalogs customizable? Yes, they are. We give you the options to design and show off your business in style.

Your catalogs can be filled with all the information your customers might need to make a purchase. You can feature special offers and highlight "best selling" products to entice sales. Because of our flexible quantity options, you can print short run or in bulk.

When you are ready to order, use our easy online ordering tool to choose your paper options, page counts, tabbing options and more.

Huge Savings in Wholesale 

Save more money when you order catalogs in bulk.  Only 0.62 cents per piece for 500 pieces compared to $1.76 per piece for only 50 pieces. That is huge savings you got there! 

Paper Quality

Paper comes in many different weights and sizes. The size of your paper is a matter of choice. Your catalog design will determine if you use a 8.5x5.5 or a 12x12 size. The weight of your paper is another story. A good quality paper can be 70lb coated, 80lb uncoated, or 100lb coated. These are all good options and will result in a good catalog, but make sure to choose the right one for your image. For instance, a discount supplies catalog doesn't need heavy weight paper, while a high-end product catalog will need the more expensive weight of paper to seem legitimate.

Finishes

Uncoated paper, also called white offset, is used for books. This would be a good choice for a basic price list kind of catalog - no frills, just business. A coated paper adds a level of attractiveness to your catalog. Glossy finishes make product photos look their best, giving the pages a slightly reflective quality and a smooth texture, perfect for a print catalog with many color photos.

Choose the Right Paper for Your Catalog

Once you have decided to create a catalog, you are faced with many more decisions, one of which is the type of paper you will be using. The type of paper you choose will affect the overall success of your catalog: paper of poor quality will make a bad impression on its reader, but a good quality paper will encourage readers to keep reading and make a purchase. While there are many components that make up catalog printing, choosing the right paper is still one of the more important aspects.

Choose a quality paper for your print catalog.
Paper comes in many different weights and sizes. The size of your paper is a matter of choice. Your print catalog design will determine if you use a 8.5x5.5 or a 12x12 size. The weight of your paper is another story. A good quality paper can be 70lb coated, 80lb uncoated, or 100lb coated. These are all good options and will result in a good catalog, but make sure to choose the right one for your image. For instance, a discount supplies catalog doesn't need heavy weight paper, while a high-end product catalog will need the more expensive weight of paper to seem legitimate.

Choose what finish fits your needs.
Uncoated paper, also called white offset, is used for books. This would be a good choice for a basic price list kind of catalog - no frills, just business. A coated paper adds a level of attractiveness to your catalog. Glossy finishes make product photos look their best, giving the pages a slightly reflective quality and a smooth texture, perfect for a print catalog with many color photos.

Make an environmentally friendly choice.
Printing companies have the choice of printing of "green" paper or not. If you are concerned about the effect of your catalogs on the earth, then look closely at your print company to determine if they are doing what they can to reduce their carbon footprint. A good company would use FSC or SFI certified paper. FSC and SFI are programs that are proactive in protecting the forest environments, including water quality and animal habitats. They are also concerned with preserving the indigenous people around the world. Printing companies can also recycle paper scraps and many other byproducts of catalog making in their green practices.

Ask for help in choosing the right paper for your print catalog.
Talk to your printing company about the best option for your print catalog. Experts are available to give you their advice on the paper that will suit your needs the best. Simply call the company and talk to them about the direction you want to take your catalog. Their advice will be invaluable.