CHICAGO, Nov. 4, 2003 - RR Donnelley customers can expect a more responsive organization as a result of recent changes in responsibilities for two members of the company's print leadership team. "Strategically, our direction is sound," said John Campanelli, president, print solutions for RR Donnelley. "Collectively our leadership team is highly knowledgeable and experienced. And our customers have told us what they value. It is now time to adjust our structure and heighten our focus on executing our plan to become a global, customer-driven, world-class organization."
Supporting RR Donnelley's plan to increase brand awareness worldwide and meet the needs of its global customers, Campanelli created a new position - president of global solutions - and named Steve Zuccarini to that post. "With more than 24 years experience in the print industry, Steve excels at creating solutions to help customers save more, sell more and build their brands. He is an expert when it comes to providing customers with integrated solutions - from premedia services to print and bind to logistics - that create effective and efficient communications."
In addition, Campanelli assigned responsibility for the catalog and retail markets to magazine industry president Dan Knotts in a move to further integrate and streamline RR Donnelley's U.S. commercial print operations. "This restructuring better aligns our offset and gravure capabilities with the needs of our customers. By combining the knowledge these experienced teams share, our customers will receive greater responsiveness, flexibility and quality," Campanelli said.
Joining Campanelli, Zuccarini and Knotts in leadership roles are Ed Lane, president, book industry and Susan Henricks, president, telecommunications industry, which remain focused on executing strategies to grow and maintain RR Donnelley's market leadership position in the book and telecom industries.
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