British financial site This is Money provided a behind the scenes look at Photobox during the holiday peak season. The writer, Grace Gausden, visited the 40,000-square-foot facility in the outskirts of Paris, operating at 100 percent capacity.
Some of the tidbits gleaned from the article:
- 18-21,000 photobooks are produced a day during peak season, with an additional 250 staff.
- Photobox produces 1.7 million books a year at the plant.
- Sartrouville (Paris) factory produces 68 million prints a year
- The Willen Field Road (London) factory produces 800,000 canvas’, 600,000 mugs, 550,000 posters and 63 million prints a year.
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