NEENAH, Wis.--May 21, 2004--Outlook Group Corp. today announced an agreement that extends its business with the Minneapolis division of Unisource for an additional three years. Unisource is a multi-billion dollar independent marketer and distributor of commercial printing and business imaging papers.
Valued in excess of $2 million, the agreement extends Outlook Group's production of film lamination used for over-wrapping Deluxe check boxes for an additional three years. Outlook Group has provided packaging services to Unisource for the past four years.
"Outlook Group consistently adds value to our operations by providing high quality products at a competitive price," said Gib Willson, business manager of packaging, Minneapolis division. "We appreciate the exceptional customer service, attention to detail and flexibility that each employee at Outlook provides to our company."
"We look forward to building on our successful, four-year relationship with Unisource," said Joseph J. Baksha, president and chief operating officer of Outlook Group. "Our agreement with Unisource is consistent with our strategy to increase stability through the expansion of long-term relationships. In addition, this new agreement continues our affiliation with one of the nation's leading printing and paper companies."
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