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Springer works with Ingram in Americas

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Ingram and Springer have announced an integrated distribution services model that combines traditional physical book fulfillment with single-copy print-on-demand solutions for Springer’s whole Americas publishing programme.

From the first quarter of 2011, Ingram Content Group will manage all warehousing, fulfillment and print-on-demand for Springer using the new model. Ingram will also transition titles to print-on-demand when it makes the most economic sense.

'Working with Ingram is part of our continued and ambitious move to focusing on what we do best: providing high-quality information for the scientific, medical and professional communities. This agreement allows us to better serve our users and readers by combining physical and digital book distribution, thereby shortening the time to market,' said Eric Schmitt, EVP customer service, fulfillment, logistics at Springer.