Cornell, Georgia, and Calgary Select Longleaf Services for Fulfillment and Publishing Services
Longleaf Services is pleased to welcome Cornell University Press and the University of Georgia Press as full-service fulfillment and publishing services clients. The books of both presses will be available from Longleaf effective July 1, 2016.
Longleaf will also begin providing U.S. sales, marketing, and fulfillment services for the University of Calgary Press effective March 1, 2016.
“Longleaf offers an innovative vision and a diverse array of services that are designed to ensure the long-term sustainability of university press publishing,” said Dean Smith, director of Cornell University Press. “We are grateful to have this opportunity and look forward to a dynamic partnership that will enhance our publishing program.”
Lisa Bayer, director of the University of Georgia Press said, “The University of Georgia Press selected its first external distribution partner very carefully. Longleaf’s excellent reputation, unique client-focused structure, and comprehensive suite of publishing services will serve us well.”
“The opportunity to work collaboratively on both distribution and marketing with our counterparts south of the border will, we believe, increase our reach throughout North America,” added Brian Scrivener, director of the University of Calgary Press.
Robbie Dircks, president of Longleaf Services, added, “We’re pleased to welcome Cornell University Press, the University of Georgia Press, and the University of Calgary Press as Longleaf client publishers. The addition of new publishers under the Longleaf umbrella further increases our economies of scale as we continue to provide new publishing solutions that allow
our client publishers to focus on their core mission of content acquisition and dissemination.”
About Longleaf Services
Longleaf Services, Inc., provides complete fulfillment services for not-for-profit scholarly publishers. Operating with a collaborative philosophy, it enables client publishers to enhance their competitiveness, improve operating efficiencies, and create economies of scale, resulting in better service to their customers and lowering overall operating costs for both publisher and book buyer. A 501(c)3 organization, Longleaf Services commenced operations in 2006 and currently
provides services for Louisiana State University Press, Rutgers University Press, Syracuse University Press, the University of Nebraska Press, the University of North Carolina Press, and the University of the West Indies Press. Learn more about Longleaf Services at www.longleafservices.org.
In addition to traditional fulfillment services, Longleaf also offers print-on-demand, short-run printing, digital asset management, and eBook distribution through an arrangement with Ingram Content Services and its Lightning Source and CoreSource divisions. Longleaf also offers EDP services, website design and hosting through an arrangement with Supadü, and marketing relationships with Edelweiss from Above the Treeline, Bookgrabbr, and Aerbook.
About Cornell University Press
Cornell University Press was established in 1869, giving it the distinction of being the first university press to be established in the United States, although it was inactive for several decades between 1890 and 1930. From that beginning, the Press has grown to be a major scholarly publisher, offering over 100 new titles a year in the humanities and social sciences. Its many books in the life sciences and natural history, including field guides, are published under the Comstock Publishing Associates imprint, and a distinguished list of books in labor and employment relations, the health care professions, and human resources is offered under its ILR Press imprint.
About the University of Georgia Press
Since its founding in 1938, the primary mission of the University of Georgia Press has been to support and enhance the university’s place as a major research institution by publishing outstanding works of scholarship and literature by scholars and writers throughout the world. The University of Georgia Press is the oldest and largest book publisher in the state. It currently publishes 60-70 new books a year and has a long history of publishing significant scholarship, as well as creative and literary works, and books about the state and the region for general readers.
About the University of Calgary Press
Founded in 1981, the University of Calgary Press publishes peer-reviewed scholarly books that connect local experience to the global community, helping to create a deeper understanding of human dynamics in a changing world. Through open-access publishing, it makes its authors’ research accessible to the widest possible audience.
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