Mimeo Deemed Essential Business by the City of Memphis, Tennessee


Memphis, TN – Mimeo, the global provider of online managed print and content distribution headquartered in Memphis, is an essential business exempt from the “stay at home” restrictions defined in the Memphis Mayor’s Executive Order on Monday. 

This comes as more local governments implement restrictions to protect their communities from the spread of coronavirus. Many businesses rely on Mimeo for on-demand print, including Healthcare providers on the frontline of this crisis and need product documentation materials; 8 out of the top 10 Contract Research Organizations (CROs), working on vaccines and treatments; Medical Device firms who are now manufacturing ventilators and need training materials; over 8,000 schools, and several essential businesses in various industries producing Health and Hygiene products for their employees and other crucial materials. 

Mimeo’s North American production facility is located in Memphis, TN, just across from the FedEx North America transport hub. This is what enables the on-demand printer to guarantee next-morning delivery within the US for orders placed by 10 PM ET. 

“We know that printing is essential to many businesses, but most importantly to the heroes who are working every day to mitigate this crisis,” said Mike Barker, General Manager, Mimeo US. “By earning this designation, we can promise that we will continue printing and shipping mission-critical documents, such as clinical trial logbooks, medical device information, and schoolwork packets for all the parents who are suddenly homeschooling.”

Mimeo recently announced a new partnership with FedEx to provide residential delivery at a lower cost in order to accommodate the increase in professionals working from home.

Read Mimeo’s full COVID-19 readiness plan here