Banta Named To Fortune Magazine Most Admired Companies
Press release from the issuing company
MENASHA, WI . . . For the fourth consecutive year, Fortune magazine has named Banta Corporation as one of its “Most Admired Companies” in America. The Menasha-based company ranked third overall in the printing industry category.
Appearing in the March 8 issue, Fortune’s annual “Most Admired Companies” list was compiled following extensive research and analysis. A select group of 10,000 executives, directors and analysts rated the 10 largest companies (by revenues) in each of 64 industries based on eight attributes: innovation, financial soundness, employee talent, use of corporate assets, long-term investment value, social responsibility, quality of management, and quality of products and services.
“We are honored to once again be included on this prestigious list,” said Stephanie Streeter, president and chief executive officer of Banta Corporation. “It is truly gratifying to have the Banta name associated with some of the most respected companies in America. As always, the credit goes to our more than 8,000 employees. The ranking validates their talent, the quality of products and services they provide, and the financial strength of the company they’ve helped create. People create reputations, not brick-and-mortar, and this recognition is a direct reflection of our employees’ capabilities, creativity, courage and commitment.”
Banta Corporation (www.banta.com) is a technology and market leader in printing and supply-chain management. Banta provides a comprehensive combination of printing and digital imaging solutions to leading publishers and direct marketers, including advanced digital content management and e-business services. Banta’s global supply-chain management businesses provide a wide range of outsourcing capabilities to the world’s largest companies. Services range from materials sourcing, product configuration and customized kitting, to order fulfillment and global distribution.
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