VistaPrint has announced it will be constructing a new 90,000-square-foot facility in Jamaica to handle customer support and design for its customers.
The company has just finalized a land purchase in Montego Bay, Jamaica, a city which has been home to VistaPrint’s English language support since 2003. Over the past three years, the site has also housed the company’s rapidly expanding design, copywriting and marketing services teams.
“Jamaica has proven to be an ideal location for our customer service operations. This project shows VistaPrint’s commitment to the country and provides us ample room for growth while offering our current and future employees an ideal workplace,” said VistaPrint Jamaica General Manager, Roger Williams. “This new construction is important to the future of VistaPrint; not only will it help us better serve our growing customer base, but as a ‘green’ facility, will allow us to contribute to protecting our environment as well.”
The company currently employs 1,850 people worldwide and services more than 120 countries in around the world through two manufacturing facilities. The company is headquartered in The Netherlands. The company has recently started offering website design capabilities
for its customers through the use of do-it-yourself tools and templates.
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