Shelfless service

June 11, 1999

Borders, the second biggest book retailer in the US, will next year equip its bookstores with facilities for digitally printing books on demand. Besides ensuring that titles are never out of stock, it should help reduce waste, since 30-40 per cent of books are returned to publishers unsold.

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