Global Crossing Continues as Supplier to Consolidated Graphics
Press release from the issuing company
MADISON, N.J., April 14, 2003 -- Global Crossing announced today that it continues to provide Consolidated Graphics, the largest sheetfed and half-Web commercial printing company in the United States, with voice and data networking services over its advanced global IP network. Global Crossing's voice services, Dedicated Internet Access (DIA), frame relay, and co-location, enable Consolidated Graphics to offer its print companies and their customers an extensive and growing range of digital and Internet-based printing solutions.
Through its printing locations in 25 US states, Consolidated Graphics produces high-quality, custom-designed print materials for a broad customer base including many of the nation's most recognized companies. Consolidated Graphics serves more than 13,000 customers, and Global Crossing's network solution gives them the ability to access traditional printing services and a comprehensive suite of digital printing services, to meet their customers' growing technological needs.
"In offering a complete spectrum of traditional printing, fulfillment and mailing services along with ecommerce products and solutions, Consolidated Graphics continues to provide innovative solutions to meet our customers' evolving print communication needs," said Darrell Whitley, president of CGXmedia, Consolidated Graphics' information technology, Internet and ecommerce division. "Global Crossing offers us a network solution that is integral to our ongoing program to maintain our technological advantage in the industry. Global Crossing is a tier-one provider with a next-generation network that will give us the technology and reach we need to continue to grow our business."
Dave Carey, executive vice-president of sales for Global Crossing added, "We are very pleased to continue to count Consolidated Graphics as one of our customers. Our high-capacity, IP-based network provides Consolidated Graphics with the bandwidth, reach and security that support their business objectives. We look forward to furthering our relationship with them, as they continue to grow."
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