Another U.S. POD Service Crosses The Atlantic Through An Alliance

October 2000
Book Publishing Report;10/09/2000, Vol. 25 Issue 40, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that New Jersey-based print-on-demand service Replica Books is expanding through an agreement with Great Britain-based wholesaler Gardners Books Ltd. Terms of the agreement; Benefit to Replica clients of the firm's alliance with Gardner; Number of titles in the list of Replica Books.


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