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Webtrend Strengthens West Coast Commercial Printing Presence

Wednesday, April 17, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

Easy Access Site Streamlines Customers' Press Proofing Times SANTA ANA, Calif.--April 16, 2002--Webtrend, a leading provider of commercial printing, direct mail and fulfillment services announced today, it has integrated operations to its state-of-the-art facility in Orange County, California. "Our move enables Webtrend to better serve our Southern California and national client base. The Orange County plant's close proximity to John Wayne Airport permits existing and prospective customers to easily reach us,"said Don Secrest, president of Webtrend. "Customers need to get to market with collateral and direct marketing materials under the most demanding deadlines; with this central location we're able to meet their speed-to-market needs." Webtrend's 63,000-square-foot facility is now home to the executive, sales, and administrative personnel. It offers the most technologically advanced equipment including four Web and six sheet-fed presses, complete bindery, and a unique in-house ink mixing and matching laboratory. Webtrend also provides data processing, variable data personalization, letter shop, and nine high-speed continuous lasers which permits Webtrend to mail more than 1 million pieces per day from their 140,000-square-foot facility near the Ontario airport. Prior to moving to Orange County, Webtrend's printing and fulfillment were located in Vista, Calif. Webtrend continues to provide fulfillment through the Vista facility. The Orange County site, located at 1909 South Susan St., Santa Ana, Calif., is linked remotely to Webtrend's direct mail house eliminating the need for customers to travel miles on often-congested freeways for on-site approvals. Instead, personalization approvals are transmitted and performed at the Orange County site. Secrest continued, "We are excited about this move and anticipate further market penetration as we meet the printing and direct mail needs of our current and future clients."




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