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BCT Ranks 1st in Wholesale Commercial Print category

Monday, November 14, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Print Professional Magazine, a leading publication serving Print Brokers and Distributors, released the results for their annual Top 100 Suppliers edition. BCT ranked 1st in the Commercial Print category and 1st in the Digital Print Category.

Peter Posk, President, stated “In 1999 print brokers were a very small part of our business; however, we wanted to become a major supplier to this segment. We knew we had to have great technology, great local service, expanded capabilities and competitive pricing to succeed. To go from where we were, to the number one spot in two categories is rewarding.”

“Today, we have the most widely used web to print solution for corporate identity print ordering, orderprinting.com. Print brokers have put over 30,000 corporate accounts on orderprinting.com. Nearly 40% of Fortune 1000 companies are using our technology,” Posk commented.

“Up until the late 1990’s BCT was primarily a thermography printer. Today we have best in class web to print technology, offset and digital capabilities, spot through four color printing and a comprehensive product selection. With 45 plants across North America, we have the largest footprint of any trade printer. Print brokers get face to face service, quick responses on quotes, low/no shipping costs and the fastest production turn-times in the industry,” Posk said.

Posk offered, “I encourage print brokers to visit http://www.bctonline.net to register for our weekly ipad 2 drawing and to learn more about BCT and how we can help brokers make more money selling print.”

 

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