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RR Donnelley Expands Logistics Capabilities With New Consolidation Facility in Texas

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

CHICAGO, May 16 -- R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company announced today that it has expanded its North American print logistics operations with the opening of a new mail consolidation facility -- featuring complete distribution management services -- in suburban Dallas, Texas. "RR Donnelley is the largest shipper of mail into the United States Postal Service, delivering approximately fifty percent of all U.S. standard mail into the postal stream," said Dan Scapin, President RR Donnelley Logistics and Distribution. "Our expansive consolidation network, expertise, and scale allow us to offer to our customers proven services that help them to achieve postal savings and cycle time reductions. This new facility positions RR Donnelley better to serve direct response marketers, magazine publishers, catalogers, and other mailers in the Southwest." RR Donnelley's logistics network permits it effectively to deliver mail to every Bulk Mail Center and Sectional Mail Facility in the United States. "Our new facility in Texas gives customers based in the Southwest the power to manage postal costs and performance on a scale much larger than previously available," stated John Paloian, RR Donnelley Group President, Publishing & Retail Services. "In addition to realizing enhanced postal drop- ship cost savings and access to our extensive consolidation network, customers in this region will enjoy additional value when working with us because we make significantly more regularly scheduled deliveries into the postal stream than any other print logistics provider." "Our goal is to design solutions that successfully meet our customers' changing needs. This new Texas facility responds to demand for premier mail consolidation services in the Southwest," added Scapin.




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