Relizon Earns C$80M Multi-Year Contract Renewal from Canada Post
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, Ohio and BOUCHERVILLE, Quebec, May 9, 2005 - Relizon, a leading provider of business process solutions in document management, billing and relationship marketing, today announced that the Canada Post Corporation has awarded Relizon Canada a five-year contract renewal worth an estimated C$80 million.
In addition, the company also announced that Relizon Canada has earned Canada Post's prestigious 2004 Supplier Award of Excellence, "for exceeding (its) contractual obligations and providing outstanding service to Canada Post." This represents the eighth year since 1995 that Relizon has been honored with Supplier Awards from Canada Post.
Under the terms of the new contract with Canada Post, Relizon will continue to provide a broad range of document management services that are critical to Canada Post's daily operations. These services include design and personalization of paper and electronic documents, development of innovative products such as electronic barcode return service labels and courier envelopes, as well as nationwide document warehousing and distribution.
"Canada Post has enjoyed a long term strategic partnership with Relizon Canada," said Phil Gaudette, manager of National Contracting, Canada Post. "Relizon assists us every day in offering communications and delivery solutions that are bold, innovative and effective. Their support has become an integral part of Canada Post's current success and future direction."
"We are proud to continue our valued 20-year relationship with Canada Post, and to be honored once again as a supplier of excellence," said Mohamed Yacoub, president and chief executive officer, Relizon Canada. "Relizon will continue to deliver highly effective services and solutions that anticipate the needs of Canada Post, provide measurable results and deliver new solutions for the marketplace."
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