Quad/Graphics Awarded 5-Year, $16 Million Contract to Print BusinessWeek
Press release from the issuing company
February 11, 2004 -- Quad/Graphics has been awarded a 5-year, $16 million contract from BusinessWeek, the world's best-selling business publication. Beginning with the February 16, 2004, issue, Quad/Graphics' Hartford, Wis., plant will produce 330,000 copies weekly for distribution throughout the Midwest.
"Quad/Graphics is delighted to have forged a relationship with BusinessWeek as one of its printers," said Thomas A. Quadracci, President & CEO of Quad/Graphics. "As the nation's largest printer of weekly magazines, we are unusually well equipped to meet BusinessWeek's needs. In fact, our stable of new, versatile production equipment, all seamlessly integrated to maximize quality under the strictest of deadlines, will serve BusinessWeek well into the future."
Quad/Graphics' Hartford plant, which opened in 1992, is located approximately 35 miles north of Milwaukee, measures more than 1 million square feet and employs nearly 1,000 people.
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