Linfox has grown from humble beginnings to become the largest privately owned logistics company in Australia.
What began as one man with one truck, has grown to be a logistics business with more than 19,200 people. Today, Linfox operates more than 3.2 million square meters of warehousing and nearly 5,000 vehicles across 10 countries.
When consolidating its two head offices, Linfox took the opportunity to streamline its print and document handling processes and reduce costs. The advantages of doing so have been significant.
Jacqui Vassallo, Senior Procurement Officer at Linfox tells the story.
Every business is unique, with their own paint-points and challenges. Canon’s Case Studies show how we’ve been able to help businesses just like yours to get back to doing what they do best.
Portside Christian College revolutionised and future-proofed its print environment, installing Canon multifunctional devices, a production print press and scanner, together with uniFLOW software.
When Mahoneys moved to larger premises, the firm looked to make improvements to security, efficiency and time. Mahoneys’ GM, Mike Haworth, tells the story.
Increasing technical issues forced Bauer Media to reassess its office print needs. Simon Wheeler, Chief Information Officer at Bauer tells the story.
Kawa Farid, Hyundai’s Network Administrator, shares how their new print environment has radically and positively changed the attitudes of its people and the office environment.
Frankston Toyota’s customers are enjoying more personal service since the installation of Canon multifunction devices using Therefore. Plus, the company is ready for the future.
Operating in an increasingly generic market was not an option for Creffields. To differentiate its services, the company boosted colour capacity with 5 Canon imagePROGRAF printers. It worked.
Administration of long service benefits for the construction industry was streamlined, accuracy enhanced and resources optimised when QLeave engaged Canon to implement an automated document system.
With 60 printers from two vendors, Recoveriescorp needed to simplify its environment, control costs and improve security. Canon’s multifunctional device, uniFLOW and eMaintenance ticked the boxes.
LG achieved new efficiencies across its offices in Australia and New Zealand when it replaced an ageing print fleet of 91 devices with 47 Canon imageRUNNER C3080 and C5185 multifunctional devices.
A complex array of printers and lease arrangements, the hangover of amalgamations, was resolved when Canon installed multifunction devices, a production print press, scanner, uniFLOW & eMaintenance.
Primary teachers at Grace Lutheran Primary School have embraced a flexible new print environment that integrates Canon imageRUNNER Multifunctional Devices and uniFLOW software.
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