MILWAUKEE – Visual Systems, Inc., a leading book components, overhead transparency and ancillary products supplier for the educational and supplemental publisher market, has made Printing Impressions’ "Top 400 Printers" list for the fourth consecutive year. In its 18th year, this prestigious recognition provides the printing industry’s most comprehensive ranking based on sales in the United States and Canada.
"Making the ‘Top 400’ list is a tribute to the excellence of our team and the leading edge printing solutions we offer," said John Burg, president of Visual Systems, Inc. "The list is a primary force in our industry and being recognized by them is truly a great accomplishment."
Privately held firms provided financial information for the "Top 400" rankings voluntarily. The list includes printers in the United States and Canada with the highest sales revenue and features information such as current and previous year’s rankings, most recent and previous year’s fiscal sales and percentage change.
Founded in 1961, Visual Systems is a leading book components, overhead transparency and ancillary products supplier for educational textbooks and supplemental publishers in the United States. The company provides the educational publishing market with a variety of visual communication products, including: book components, binders, textbook inserts, CD Rom packaging, overhead transparencies, supplemental workbooks, teaching aids, lenticular promotional products (3-D and motion), on-demand printing and slide duplication. Visual Systems employs more than 80 associates and has sales exceeding $16 million annually.
For more information about Visual Systems, please call (414) 464-8333 or visit the Internet at www.visualsystemsinc.com.
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