Quality and Service from Trade Canvas Prints
Sometimes you are given a task which needs everyone to play a part and the one I was given just before Christmas was no exception.
Now just to explain some background to this. I am not a full time photographer but work in construction management for a company maintaining part of the nations road network. As such I am beholden to the boss and so when he asked for 48 new photographs to go up in the offices I had to jump to it. After much proofing and debating 12 pictures were selected so 4 sets could be produced, with the remaining 36 being hung in the various depots the company operates from. All this and a deadline for them to be in place on the walls by the 6th of January. It was now mid December so I contacted Danielle at Trade Canvas Prints. 'When do you want them by?' was Danielle's first question. 'They have to be on the walls by 6th of Jan say I'. And to my great relief came the reply ' No problem!'.
Job done thinks I and relax back into my real job. But fate and a final go at messing things up and the following Monday I received a call.
'Danielle here we have had a flood and I'm not sure we can get all your prints done in time as the printer is damaged.'
Bother, or words of that ilk thinks I. I leave Danielle to mop up with the promise that she will assess the situation and get back to me. In the meantime I phone around a few of the other guys I have used but none are able to meet my deadline. At this point I am not having a good day, then suddenly a call from Danielle. Good news Danielle promised to get one set of prints done by the 3rd of Jan giving me just enough time to get them on the walls before the boss returned. The remainder to be delivered by the 15th Jan.
Huge relief all round and true to their word the first set of prints were ready on the 2nd Jan and the remainder will be delivered on the 13th.
Great service from a great little company here in Southampton. I cannot recommend them enough. Trade Canvas Prints
Here's a shot with my iphone of some of the canvases in position.
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