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Anderson Lithograph Receives Sappi North American Printer Of The Year Award

Press release from the issuing company

Englewood, Colo., April 29, 2004 — Anderson Lithograph, a Mail-Well facility, announced today that it has received the Sappi North American Printer of the Year award with two gold medals for the outstanding production of General Motors’ Cadillac XLR 2004 brochure and Hummer 2003 Calendar. This year’s competition for the Sappi North American Printer of the Year received nearly 3,000 entries from more than 600 printers and 900 designers. The competition is broken into six categories: annual reports, books, brochures, catalogs, magazines, and general. Anderson received the gold award for the brochure and general categories. “Anderson is very proud to have received two gold medal awards considering the quality of printers involved and the level of work submitted,” said Mark Tennant, President and General Manager of Anderson Lithograph, Los Angeles. “The hard work and experience of Anderson’s employees, coupled with the team-focused approach that we use with our customers, is what makes Anderson who we are today.” Anderson, one of 85 Mail-Well facilities, provides visual communications solutions to a range of organizations from the Fortune 500 to non-profit groups. Anderson specializes in meeting the need for high-end marketing and communication materials such as annual reports, car brochures, and high-end product collateral. Anderson’s commitment to the highest quality, superior customer attention, and sustainable business practices is reflected in every piece of printed material produced. For more information on Anderson’s services please visit http://www.andlitho.com. The Sappi Printer of the Year competition, held annually in North America since 1996, recognizes printer excellence and innovation for work printed on Sappi papers. Sappi Fine Paper North America is the leading manufacturer of coated fine paper in North America. The company is headquartered in Boston, Mass. and operates four paper mills in Maine, Michigan, and Minnesota.