Metro Reprographics started in the blueprint industry in 1987 as Metro Blueprint Supply Corporation, and earned a solid reputation for reliable service among architects, engineers and construction personnel.
Coming under new management in 2001, the company diversified into color printing, focusing on large-format projects: signage, vehicle advertising, ATM machine branding, and other applications where color, large size and diversity of material are key.
Today the company continues to focus on “digital color on media,” taking on complex and highly specialized projects. They also place large-format printers at customer sites as well as sell large-format equipment. Metro is an approved reseller for Canon and KIP, the two most respected names in large-format color printing.
Metro Reprographics helped me build my business with their ideas and collaborative efforts. I view them not as a vendor but as a partner.Ryan C. Brown
Metro is made of up people—a team that’s been together almost as long as the company has been in existence. The people of Metro love to serve. They excel at putting the personal touch on every job, every order, every project.
As the customer service and AR/AP representative at Metro for over 15 years, Janet is good at what she does. So good, in fact, that she has earned the title “Queen of Metro” by Metro customers. If you ask her about the most rewarding part of her job she will tell you, “I love my customers!”
In addition to volunteering in the community, Janet enjoys photography, reading, paper crafts and cooking. But she is most passionate about her family, her friends and the Carolina Panthers.
“The IT Guy” as he is known at Metro, Paul is the one our customers call when they need technical support, software support for KIP and Canon printers, or network maintenance. Paul’s been on the Metro team for over 17 years and is KIP and Canon certified, so he knows his stuff. Aside from keeping our customers satisfied, Paul takes pride in the simple things, like meeting deadlines and keeping everything running smoothly in the print shop.
In his spare time, Paul puts on his amateur meteorologist cap and enjoys predicting weather patterns, storm tracking, and severe weather monitoring.
Travis is the operations manager at Metro. His job is both simple and complex: he oversees the daily operations at the shop. This includes tracking the company inventory, helping with job production and providing customer service. In his more than two decades at Metro, what still never gets old to Travis is getting a job done right, on time, and with a satisfied, happy customer as the result.
In his downtime, Travis enjoys working in the yard, going to Clemson sporting events, and collecting antiques. He is also active at his church.
Matthew is Metro’s official service technician. Having been KIP- and Canon-equipment trained, he is responsible for the service and maintenance of Metro customers’ KIP and Canon large format printers. Matthew enjoys and takes pride in quickly resolving customers’ technical issues and getting them back to printing again. When he isn’t busy with those duties, you will find Matthew helping out with whatever else needs to be done at the shop.
In addition to working with the youth group and being involved in a Bible study at his church, Matthew enjoys basketball, football, and baseball.
As account manager, Kris’s main job is bringing new customers to Metro. She takes great pride in getting to know each customer and hearing how each business came to be. This attentiveness and genuine interest in Metro’s customers, combined with her engaging personality, make Kris great at what she does. In addition, Kris is a certified technician for both KIP and Canon printers.
An avid outdoors woman, Kris enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking and snorkeling. She also enjoys woodworking, mechanics, and theatrical design. Her hidden talent: she can make anything out of cardboard.