Mail-Well Creates Full-Service Hub in Philadelphia
Press release from the issuing company
ENGLEWOOD, Colo.--April 7, 2004-- Mail-Well, Inc., one of North America's leading providers of visual communications services, today announced it is integrating the capabilities and services of its Bensalem, Pennsylvania envelope plant with its Mail-Well Graphics Philadelphia print plant to create a full-service facility to better serve customers.
This expanded Mail-Well Philadelphia facility will contain a state-of-the-art graphics and pre-press department, high-end offset capabilities, a full complement of envelope converting equipment, plus a dedicated team of customer service professionals all under one roof. This facility is centrally located to readily serve the broader Philadelphia metropolitan area.
"We believe this new integrated facility will significantly enhance our manufacturing capabilities, and bring the collective products and services of 'One Mail-Well' to our customers," said Charles MacLean, executive vice president of the north region for Mail-Well's Commercial segment.
Uniting the two locations is part of Mail-Well's ongoing "Total Customer Solutions" strategy, announced in October of last year, to align the company's broad portfolio of products and services to address its customers' needs. In practice, the company can now uniquely offer their customers "one-stop-shopping" for a full spectrum of visual communications products and services from design through fulfillment including e-services, direct mail and digital printing capabilities.
Regional vice president for the Commercial segment, Joe Fasolo, will oversee the integration. "This integration is the next step in our long-term strategic plan for servicing clients in the tri-state area," Fasolo commented. "We began two years ago with consolidating our commercial print capabilities under one roof, improving service, delivery, quality, and value to our growing customer base. Now, with our envelope offering, we will be able to offer commercial print and envelope clients a value proposition that no one else in the marketplace can."
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