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Page/International Earns G7 Certification

Monday, March 02, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Houston, Texas -- Page/International Communications, one of the nation's top commercial printers and communication companies--- a division of Nationwide Graphics/ Premier Print Organization (NG/PPO)--recently announced that they have earned their G7 Master Printer certification.

Already an industry leader, the G7 qualification marks Page as one of six printers in Texas to boast the prestigious certification; and the only printer in Houston to hold the award. Page is NG/PPO's second G7 Certified printer, with McQuiddy/Classic in Nashville, Tennessee, being the first.

G7 is a revolutionary new process that helps commercial printers like Page control color with less preparation and less waste. Receiving the certification serves as a great reminder to Page's clients--to all clients nationwide-of  NG/PPO being an industry leader that has its process and procedures frequently updated using state-of-the art machinery and top shelf customer service. 

"Earning our G7 Certification was an important goal for us at Page; being the only printer in Houston to hold this certification is substantial for our customers and employees," said Jeff Glover, President. "Customers are looking for value today more than ever; the G7 Certification distinguishes us apart from the competition. The certification backs the fact that we take the time and diligence to monitor quality and procedure."

The respectable certification, coupled with NG/PPO's "Green Initiative", and having prominent keynote speakers such as Derek Smith speak at their Go-Green Seminars, adds punch to the already heavily recognized, forward-thinking nationwide organization. 




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