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Wallace Expands Commercial Print Capabilities to Las Vegas

Tuesday, June 05, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Lisle, IL, 6/4/01 - Wallace (NYSE: WCS) announced the opening of a new commercial print facility, Wallace Integrated Graphics Las Vegas, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The new 25,000 square foot facility offers complete digital prepress services, a full range of sheetfed presses, up to 6 color printing with aqueous coating, digital printing, finishing and bindery capabilities. "The new facility enhances our ability to serve the growing market in the Las Vegas area and also expands the reach of our national Total Print Management (TPM) program," said Mike Anderson, Wallace's Senior Vice President of Integrated Graphics. Wallace's TPM approach is the leading program for large companies to outsource the work and reduce the costs associated with managing print sourcing and usage activities across their organizations. "Wallace's commitment to investment in technology, people and expansion into additional geographic markets is clearly present with the opening of this facility," said John Cuellar, General Manager of Wallace Integrated Graphics Las Vegas. "This location will add to the existing strength of the network of printers Wallace currently operates. " This facility becomes Wallace's 22nd commercial print facility in the nationwide network that links each facility together under Wallace's TPM program. Wallace is unique in delivering a complete package of first-class printing, fulfillment, distribution, order and inventory management, e-services, and digital asset management on a consistent national basis.

 

 

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