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SGP Partnership surpasses 15 certified SGP printers

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Loveland, Ohio - The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership announces that it has certified two locations of Jet, Bolingbrook and Downers Grove, IL, as SGP Printers, bringing the total number of certified facilities to sixteen.

Jet, a specialty printer for more than 63 years, was built on a solid foundation of commercial printing and now specializes in card¬related programs using innovative and sustainable practices for a national client base. Jet also excels at brand enhancement with integrated marketing solutions including; POP, plastic packaging and targeted mail programs. They are proud to be a market leader by providing clients with custom communication solutions that enhance their brand and revenue growth strategies. And now, they affirm their leadership by becoming SGP Printers.

When asked about this accomplishment, President of Jet, Jeff Norby shared, "...we believe strongly in doing the right thing as a corporate citizen for our clients, our employees and our environment. Our values and strategic plans include sustainability in everything we do, and this certification solidifies and recognizes our continued efforts toward these goals. I am proud of our team and abilities to bring the best in card solutions to the industry while being the first card manufacturer to receive this high honor for sustainability". These two Jet locations joins a growing group of certified SGP Printers including: Fineline Printing Group, Indianapolis, IN; Pictura Graphics, Minneapolis, MN; Pratt Corporation, Indianapolis, IN; The John Roberts Company, Minneapolis, MN; Monroe Litho, Rochester NY; Derby City Litho, Louisville, KY; Meisel, Carrollton, TX; Portland Color, Portland, ME; Global Packaging, Oaks, PA; C&H Packaging, Merrill WI; Consolidated Printing, Chicago IL; Minuteman Press, Lawrence KS; Alcom, Harleysville PA; and Modernistic, Stillwater MN. More than 50 SGP Applicants are currently working through the certification process.

Printing facilities located in the United States and Canada are eligible to apply for certification with the SGP Partnership. To become a certified SGP Printer, a facility must demonstrate conformance with criteria that require a holistic approach to sustainability and must pass an onsite audit. Certified printers are assigned a certification number and logo for use on their printed products to indicate it was "Printed by a SGP Printer."

 

 

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