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King Digital and Commercial Offset Printing (KDC)
- Printing types available: offset, digital
- Signs and Graphics
- Bindery & Finishing
- University branded printing
- Business cards
- Vincent Program (brochures and credit card sleeves)
Visit King Digital and Commercial Offset Printing (KDC)'s website.
Email or call one of the supplier contacts listed on this page. Request a quote (and samples, if applicable). Once you have a quote that is acceptable to you, request a purchase order in PantherExpress using the USD/Quote Standard Form. You do not need to collect 3 quotes to complete the process when using University-wide contracted suppliers.
You may contact one or many of the University-contracted printers for quotes to compare pricing, quality, delivery times, etc. You may decide which University-wide contracted supplier to contract with based on these findings.
If you need assistance with design, you may hire a University-wide Contracted Supplier for graphic design or contact University Communications and Marketing.
To place an order, have questions about the ordering process, jobs in house or delivery and invoicing, contact the dedicated email address that will be monitored during normal KDC business hours: Pittprintorder@printpgh.com.
University of Pittsburgh
Programs and Designations
- DBE Designation - Woman-owned
- Green Program
Shipping and Delivery
- Next Day Delivery Available (No Fee)
Print Support Level:
- Basic - This is typically quick-turn, digital printing on basic paper stock with minimal to no finishing. Examples could include but not be limited to color and black and white copies, flyers, and faculty packets.
- Premium - This is typically digital, offset or large format printing standard sizes on various paper stocks that require proofs and some finish work. Examples could include but not be limited to cards, postcards, posters and newsletters.
Learn more about printing processes and what you need to know to successfully work with a University-qualified printer.