RR Donnelley Awarded Multi-Year Contract Renewal by Scotiabank Moore Canada
Press release from the issuing company
2/26/07 - R.R. Donnelley announced today that Moore Canada, an RR Donnelley company, has been awarded a multi-year, multi-million dollar Print Management contract renewal by Scotiabank.
Scotiabank is one of North America's leading financial institutions and Canada's most international bank, providing a broad range of retail, commercial, corporate, investment and international banking services to millions of customers around the globe. With more than 51,000 employees, Scotiabank Group has branches and offices in some 50 countries.
"We are pleased to renew our relationship with Moore Canada," said John Moran, Vice President of Strategic Sourcing for Scotiabank. "We regard Moore Canada as a trusted business partner, whose innovative Print Management programs continue to help us to lower the effective cost of ownership for printed products and related services."
Allen Hallis, Senior Vice President Moore Canada, stated, "We are delighted that Scotiabank has chosen to renew our relationship. As the Canadian business unit of RR Donnelley, we are uniquely positioned to provide added value services to our clients by fully leveraging our domestic and global capabilities. We have recently celebrated our 10th anniversary as Scotiabank's Print Management business partner and look forward to delivering continuing innovation, value and service."
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