Fujifilm launches previously announced collaboration with Gooten

FUJIFILM North America Corp., Imaging Division, announces the official launch of the Fujifilm Print-on-Demand Hub in collaboration with Gooten, originally announced in the summer of 2022, is now fully operational and ready to satisfy online merchants’ print-on-demand (POD) product needs by connecting them with Fujifilm’s wide product array and the company’s advanced production and logistics capabilities.

As part of this collaboration, Fujifilm’s extensive product catalog, combined with Gooten’s industry-leading POD solutions, allows small-to-midsize businesses and online merchants to provide seamless fulfillment of Fujifilm’s diverse, high-quality products without the need to hold inventory or secure extensive startup capital. The Fujifilm Print-on-Demand Hub offers a “one-stop shop” approach, featuring a wide variety of products in several categories, including drinkware, wall décor, blankets and apparel, prints and cards, ornaments, home office decorations, and accessories.

“Fujifilm has a global reputation for quality complemented by a robust POD product portfolio,” said Bing Liem, president, Imaging Division, FUJIFILM North America Corporation. “Businesses demand reliable services that scale to meet their needs. By leveraging our infrastructure and with our new POD services, in partnership with Gooten, Fujifilm can now bring the same services that have been trusted by the world’s largest retailers to online merchants of any size.”

“As a global leader in the on-demand manufacturing space, we are incredibly excited to deliver Gooten’s eCommerce solution, in collaboration with Fujifilm’s renowned printing and imaging infrastructure, to online merchants of all sizes and industries,” said Maddy Alcala, president of Gooten. “Equipping visionary brands with best-in-class on-demand fulfillment and technology to scale their business has been and will continue to be our top priority at Gooten — partnering with Fujifilm further supports this mission.”

The Dead Pixels Society podcast interviewed Alcala last year; listen to the episode below: