Cadmus Receives Award for Supplier Excellence from Verizon
Press release from the issuing company
RICHMOND, Va., June 29 -- Cadmus Communications Corporation announced that its Specialty Packaging operation, also known as Cadmus Whitehall, was named a winner of the 2003 Verizon Supplier Excellence Award for Environmental Excellence. Jane Bullis, Vice President of Sales, and Jeff Espin, National Account Sales Representative, accepted this prestigious recognition. Cadmus is one of only 20 global suppliers and the only print manufacturing and packaging company to have received this award and recognition.
In recognizing Cadmus in this fashion, Verizon highlighted in particular Cadmus' recent upgrade to its already extensive waste paper evacuation and recycling system. This upgrade added recycling capacity, permitted automated sortation and eliminated bale contamination.
"Companies like Cadmus earn the Verizon Supplier Excellence Award because they consistently put forth their best effort," said Maria D. Cruz, executive director for Verizon's Supply Chain Services. "Their commitment to service and environmental excellence help meet the needs of our customers and support our business objectives."
"Cadmus is committed to providing the best possible solutions to the needs of our customers", said Ms. Bullis. "We are excited to be recognized for our efforts to not only provide valued services but also support our common interest in the environment."
Cadmus Whitehall is a full-service print manufacturer that produces folding cartons and high-quality promotional print collateral on a national and international level for companies in the technology, healthcare, financial, tobacco and apparel industries. It also provides assembly, fulfillment and logistics services with web-based inventory management. Dedicated to innovation and state-of-the-art manufacturing, The Whitehall Group is ISO-registered and adheres to cGMP guidelines.
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