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Standard Register Opens Document Services Facility in Mexico

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio, Sept. 20 -- Standard Register celebrated the opening of its new facility, Standard Register de Mexico, in Monterrey, Mexico, today. The plant is designed to increase customer support to businesses that have manufacturing operations in Mexico. "By localizing the supply chain for companies based in Mexico, Standard Register provides customers with a one-stop shop for industrial labels and some on-demand print products, as well as access to an extensive distribution network that services all major industrial areas of Mexico," said Tom Furey, vice president and general manager of Standard Register's Document and Label Solutions division. "We want to serve our customers, wherever they have operations, with the same high-quality products and services they have come to rely on from Standard Register." Standard Register de Mexico, a wholly-owned international subsidiary of Standard Register, will have a 30,000-square-foot production and service facility that will provide label printing, warehousing, kitting and digital on-demand printing. The plan is to employ approximately 30 employees, including a bilingual support staff, as business at the facility continues to grow. "Creating this new location is a part of Standard Register's efforts to support customers around the globe and to make a measurable difference for them by helping them to achieve their business goals," said Furey. "It is one more way we are changing the way we do business for our customers, as we strive to become the world's most trusted document company."

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