Quebecor World Ranked Largest Printer in North America
Press release from the issuing company
GREENWICH, Conn.--Jan. 30, 2003--For the fourth consecutive year, Quebecor World has been ranked as the largest commercial printer in the United States and Canada by Printing Impressions. In its 19th annual ranking, the magazine also identified Quebecor World as the market leader in the catalog, publication, book and direct mail market segments. Printing Impressions bases its ranking upon annual sales as reported by each company.
"As the market leader we are committed to providing flexible integrated solutions to our customers. By leveraging the size and strength of our platform, our customers benefit from our diverse product offering, geographic reach and the economies of scale," commented John Paloian, Co-Chief Operating Officer, Quebecor World North America.
Dave Boles, Co-Chief Operating Officer, Quebecor World North America added,"The marketplace continues to recognize and reward our product and service offering, as our coast-to-coast North American manufacturing network delivers unparalleled value to our customers - every day. Our dedication to quality, combined with the expertise of our employees and the flexibility of our platform, are some of the many reasons we will continue to be the Printing Industry leader."
With the largest and most diverse international platform, operating 160 facilities in 17 countries, Quebecor World is the only truly global printer, and remains committed to "Print" as the medium of choice for the communication of business and consumer information and entertainment. Flexibility of the manufacturing platform, combined with a continuous improvement philosophy, allows Quebecor World to provide the right business solutions to the right customers at the right time. The Company puts a high priority on Supply Chain Management and in finding effective means for all involved parties to extract maximum value.
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