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Sander Alexander Changes Name of Florida In-Line Printing Facility

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Dec 18 -- Clifton, NJ - Sandy Alexander, the largest independently owned high-end commercial printing company in the country, announced that it has changed the name of its St. Petersburg, Florida in-line printing facility which was formerly known as MGA, to Sandy Alexander. Roy Grossman, president and CEO of Sandy Alexander, commented, "Over the past several years our national sales force has made tremendous strides in cross selling the capabilities available at both our NJ and Florida locations. More and more of our clients have recognized the diversity of our product offerings and have come to expect that Sandy Alexander will be a total source of their graphic communication requirements. Capitalizing on the equity of the Sandy Alexander brand name for Florida’s in-line finishing and ink-jet imaging capabilities targeted to the direct mail segment is a very natural step." In addition to extensive in-line formats that include die-cutting, gluing, folding and ink-jet personalization, Sandy Alexander’s Florida capabilities include a variety of scented print products and in-house mailing services. Further, as is the case in New Jersey, the Florida facility is ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004 and FSC certified, and it derives 100% of its electrical power supply from renewable wind energy.

 

 

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