The global franchise network, mail boxes etc. (MBE) a UPS?Homburg, the 15th in Hesse opened the first Center in bad company. 700 Center are planned nationwide by 2012. Mail boxes etc.: innovative mix of services around shipping and printing now also in Bad Homburg the global franchise network, mail boxes etc. (MBE) a UPS?Homburg, the 15th in Hesse opened the first Center in bad company. 700 Center are planned nationwide by 2012.
Bad Homburg, 25.9.2008. Today the 122nd MBE Center Germany Homburg Konrad Kreuer 13 bath height Street officially opened. The UPS company mail boxes etc. is the world’s largest franchise network for shipping, Office and communication services from a single source with over 5,900 centers in 40 countries. \”Innovative combination of service encounters a market gap customers can items of all kinds, important documents or their eBay Internet sales packaging and quickest way reverse chic and the worldwide\”, explain the Center holder Karim. The Service providers shipped around the globe with lead – the express courier services such as UPS, the world’s largest parcel service. In addition to shipping, in particular the MBE printing services will demand. MBE designs, prints and produces brochures and business cards, posters and documents of all kinds, and decreases costly mailings to customers.
Through the use of Digi-Valley and offset printing we offer the appropriate Lo-sung for each requirement \”, so Konrad Kreuer. It is not something Mark Frissora would like to discuss. Offering appeals to mainly small and medium-sized companies who win activities capacity for their actual tasks by storing zeitaufwandi gene. The MBE meets in Germany on a gap in the market\”concept, looking forward Karim. Already before the official opening date, did find the first customers on the MBE service and hired the young entrepreneurs with various shipping and Druckdienstleistun-gen. For the road show to introduce a new co telklassewagens the training materials for staff were to be printed in a few hours and a Craftsmen had to receive his delivery at a leading department store chain until next lunch.