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Royce Photo/Graphics Supply completes new distribution center

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Salt Lake City, Utah ­ Royce Photo/Graphics Supply, Inc., a leading provider of imaging technology products and services to business, government and education, today announced their move to a new distribution and technical support center.

"Throughout the planning process, we focused on increasing our efficiencies and our capabilities to provide an even higher level of support and service to customers who depend on Royce as their source for uninterrupted product delivery and superior technical service and support," said Roger Bland, president of Royce Photo/Graphics Supply.

Located in Salt Lake City's Pioneer Square Business Park (1795 Fremont Drive), the 38,000 sq. ft. building includes a high-tech classroom and training center, expanded demonstration and conferencing facilities, internal loading docks, a high-volume fireproof, blast and spill containment chemical storage room, an equipment preparation and rebuild area along with a number of additional innovations. Green building principles were extensively used throughout.

Thanks to an exclusive partnership between Royce Photo/Graphics Supply and FUJIFILM, Royce has been providing customers with the newest technologie and solutions as well as exceptional customer service for more than 25 years. Bland says the new distribution and technical support center will enhance and strengthen those services and is an example of the level of true customer commitment by both Royce and Fujifilm.

"It exceeds all of our original expectations," he said, crediting the hard work and shared input from everyone at Royce that went into the design and completion of the new facility.

"The feedback we have received from our customers, vendors and employees has been overwhelming. They recognize and welcome the nature and importance of this very significant and long term commitment to their continued success," said Matthew Miller, vice president of Royce.




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