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Private sector printers benefit from developing government as secondary market

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Top 50 GPO suppliers list for 4th quarter 2009 published

Chambersburg, PA – Printers that know how to schedule production downtime to accommodate government print jobs are increasing their work flow and profits at a time when other printers are searching for work, according to Government Print Management a division of e-LYNXX Corporation.

"Hundreds of millions of dollars are spent each year by the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) on printing, and printers who know how to win that work are increasing their profitability substantially," said Deborah Snider, senior vice president of Government Print Management, a division of e-LYNXX Corporation. "Even during these tough economic times, our printer clients are enjoying increased work thanks to GPO.   GPO actually awards more than $425 million in print jobs to the private sector annually.  Those winning this work have developed GPO as a solid secondary market that fills what would otherwise be non-productive and non-revenue generating production downtimes."The success of these printers is reflected in the 4th quarter of 2009 (4Q09) Top 50 GPO Suppliers List.  Of the more than 1,027 print suppliers that obtained GPO work during 4Q09 (October through December), NPC (News Printing Company) of Claysburg, Pennsylvania, won the most work with $7,595,342 awarded to the firm. NPC also was the top GPO supplier for Fiscal Year 2009 (FY09) (October 2008 through September 2009) with $29 million won. The value of all GPO work awarded during FY09 was $425 million compared to $421 million awarded in FY08. The value of all GPO work awarded during 4Q09 was $70 million compared to $105 million awarded during 4Q08.  Work done by the top 50 suppliers during 4Q09 was valued at $46 million compared to $75 million awarded in 4Q08.

Print suppliers that rounded out the top 10 for 4Q09 were (2) SourceLink of Miamisburg, Ohio; (3) Monarch Litho of Montebello, California; (4) Signature Graphics of Portland, Oregon; (5) Gateway Press of Louisville, Kentucky; (6) Cenveo of Stamford, Connecticut; (7) The Standard Register Company of Dayton, Ohio; (8) Colonial Press International of Miami, Florida;  (9) Crabar Business Systems of Dayton, Ohio; and (10) McDonald & Eudy Printers of Temple Hill, Maryland.




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