Ingram Express Services Rebrands as IES and Launches New Web Site
Ingram Express Services, a Nashville-based large-format print house with roots in fulfilment, kitting, warehousing and shipping, has shortened its name to IES, in an effort to better reflect what the company does.
Owned since 1995 by Adam Ingram, IES began as a fulfillment company and has expanded throughout its history to include a number of services including large-format printing, which has become one of the company’s largest business units.
“We want all of our customers who have been with us for a long time to know that we are shortening our name, but nothing else about the quality service they have come to know will change,” Ingram said.
With the name evolving to IES, Ingram said he also felt it was time to update the company’s web site to better reflect who the company is and what it does. IES, which originally stood for Ingram Express Services, has evolved to better represent how the company works. Because the process with IES often begins at the ideation stage and continues through to installation in many cases, IES now stands for “Imagine. Execute. Ship.”
“We love when a client comes to us with something that they feel might be impossible to execute,” Ingram said. “That’s our sweet spot and we love to be a part of the imagination process. But then we excel in actually bringing those ideas to life and either storing them if need be or shipping them to the client without them having to use a third-party to ship.”
For more information about IES or to see examples of the company’s work, check out the new-and-improved web site at www.ingramexpress.com.
IES, formerly Ingram Express Services, was founded in 1995 by Adam Ingram as a shipping and fulfillment company. The company expanded and evolved into large-format printing ranging from special event and retail branding to vehicle wraps and point-of-sale marketing items. If you have been to a mall, arena sporting event or trade show lately, you have seen our work. IES prides itself on being a partner, not just a vendor on your job.