Ottawa, ON, NOVEMBER 2007: Ward Griffin, President and CEO of the Lowe-Martin Group, was asked to speak at the National Quality Institute's 2007 Performance Excellence Summit on October 24, 2007 in Toronto. A not-for-profit, independent organization, the National Quality Institute helps Canadian private and public sector organizations implement programs of excellence, manage self-assessment activities, review business processes, and develop improvement programs.
Mr. Griffin was chosen as a panel member for the summit topic entitled "Going Green: What Organizations are Doing to Save the Planet" based on Lowe-Martin's award-winning Environmental Business Strategy. The Lowe-Martin Group's holistic approach to reducing the ecological impact of its products and processes has positioned the company as an industry leader in environmental protection.
Celebrating their centennial anniversary in 2008, the Lowe-Martin Group provides progressive print and communications solutions including offset, digital and security printing; extensive in-house pre-press and bindery services; e-business solutions; as well as warehousing and logistics. The Group's focus on superior service, extraordinary performance and sustainable growth has gained them recognition as one of North America's premier print producers. Lowe-Martin operates full-service production and sales operations in Toronto and Ottawa. The company also has satellite sales and production facilities in New York City and Galway, Ireland.
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