CHICAGO, Aug. 3 -- R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company's has been awarded a multi-year contract renewal by Advance Magazine Group for the printing of some of the magazine industry's most prestigious publications. This agreement includes the production of such well-established titles as The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Bon Appetit and other category leaders.
John Paloian, Group President, Publishing & Retail Services, RR Donnelley stated, "As part of our commitment to providing our customers access to the most comprehensive printing solutions that the marketplace has to offer, we will be making capital investments in both new wide-web offset presses and perfect binders to support this work. Advance Magazine Group's focus on growing their magazine business has made them a very attractive long-term business partner for the past several decades and for the future."
"Our decision to renew our position with RR Donnelley was primarily driven by their demonstrated ability to understand the unique needs of our products, consistently meet our high-level standards for quality, service and delivery, and their willingness to make the needed capital investments to deliver the flexibility and efficiency that is critical to producing our work," added David Orlin, Senior Vice President, Strategic Sourcing, Advance Magazine Group.
RR Donnelley will produce this magazine work in its Danville, Ky., Glasgow, Ky., and Mattoon, Ill., facilities. RR Donnelley will also continue to provide Advance Magazine Group with a wide variety of inserts, specialty products, direct mail and logistics services.
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