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Sgsco and Webb deVlam form strategic partnership

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

New arrangement will enhance client services at both companies 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Sgsco, a global leader in package production and related marketing services, and Webb deVlam, an international strategic brand design and innovation firm, announced a partnership to bring their extensive complementary suite of services together to enhance client service at both companies.

“We’re always looking for innovative ways to help our clients win in the marketplace,” said Webb deVlam CEO Ronald deVlam. “In today’s hypercompetitive business landscape, there is a client demand for strong strategic thinking and high-quality design, combined with a cost-effective production model. Together, with sgsco, we’ll be able to meet this demand through our new partnership.”

For brands and retailers, the strategic alliance between sgsco’s SGS and Webb deVlam will present a unique opportunity to combine Webb deVlam’s upstream strategic thinking in the design of new products with SGS’ scalable and influential production platform to create cost efficiencies.

“I could not be more excited about the talent and skills Webb deVlam will bring as a partner to SGS and the sgsco collective of companies,” said sgsco CEO Aidan Tracey. “Webb deVlam’s world-class strategic thinking and design will now be available to all of our SGS clients, including several of which Webb deVlam already has in common with us.”

Webb deVlam is the latest company to partner with sgsco, a collective of companies and people working together to deliver packaging and integrated marketing solutions to clients in a rapidly evolving marketplace. 

“The vision of sgsco is to bring together a world-class collective of people and service companies to meet the needs of leading brands and retailers,” said Tracey. “At sgsco we strive to ensure that our clients’ brands are poised to own every moment – in store, online and in hand – whenever and wherever consumer desire can be converted into action.”

 

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