Prime Source News
“PSGOnlineStore.com” Expands Standard Rail Graphics Selection
April 1, 2012 – PrimeSource Graphics has recently expanded its selection of standard rail graphics. Now rail customers can take advantage of instantly available graphics for just about any railcar, including “Home Shop for Repair” decals, consolidated stencils, reporting marks, and more. In addition, you can also now easily order rail graphics online where you need to specify a specific weight, brake system, car number, etc. And since we print in volume for many rail companies, and stock many of these parts already, they are quickly available and at a lower price point. You can order single parts or in full railcar kits.
Take advantage of our rail graphics expertise and “Login” or “Register” online now to view pricing and selection.
Founded in 1982, PrimeSource Graphics is an industry-leading comprehensive print graphics solution provider. PrimeSource Graphics specializes in providing high quality graphics for the fleet, manufacturing, retail, and rail markets. It utilizes its people, processes, and the latest in print and information technology to help our customers get the most from their graphics at the best price, while streamlining their entire graphics program from ordering to installation. PrimeSource Graphics is headquartered in Longboat Key, FL with its manufacturing facility in Atlanta, Ga. It also has an affiliate company, PrimeSource OPC, located in Winston Salem, NC that is dedicated to roll labels. For more information, please visit our main company website @ www.PrimeSourceGraphics.com.
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