Wallace Named Outstanding Vendor of the Year By JVC Mexico
Press release from the issuing company
LISLE, Ill.---Feb. 18, 2002--Wallace was recently chosen by consumer electronics manufacturer Victor Company of Japan (JVC) as its 2001 Outstanding Vendor for its Tijuana, Mexico facility.
The award, which was presented at JVC's San Diego facility on January 3, 2002, was based on Wallace's overall performance in quality, service and support.
Wallace supplies the JVC Mexico plant, which produces televisions, with all of its long-run instructional manuals (written in both English and French) as well as resin ribbons and stock labels. Last year, Wallace produced approximately 500,000 of the bilingual manuals.
"Wallace has always been a reliable supplier,'' said Tony Saauvedra, Incoming Inspection and Quality Control Manager at JVC Mexico. "We can always count on them for consistent service and high quality printing.''
Wallace is recognized as the leading provider of print management services to Fortune 1000 companies through its Total Print Management (TPM) program. The TPM program streamlines the processes associated with traditional, digital and electronic print items and typically generates significant cost savings. With nationwide resources across a wide range of traditional and digital capabilities, Wallace can be a large organization's single print management source. The Company's print management services include e-commerce, distribution logistics, digital asset management, inventory management, and print optimization. Wallace is headquartered in Lisle, Illinois with manufacturing, distribution and sales facilities throughout the United States.
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