London Litho Advances Significantly in VAR Business Magazine Listing
Press release from the issuing company
Lincolnwood, Illinois, June 25, 2002 -- London Litho known throughout the Midwest for its ability to integrate the complex prepress and pressroom computer systems so vital to the printing industry advanced dramatically in the annual VAR Business magazine listing of the top 500 value added resellers in North America. In the June 24, 2002, issue of the magazine, London Litho ranked 276th on the list, moving up from 321st in the 2001 listing. London Litho was the only graphic arts distributor on the list.
London Litho president Eric London, in announcing the listing, said: “Printers, publishers, graphic design firms, and corporate America consistently select London Litho to integrate their imaging and business information technologies, thus enabling us to join this elite listing for the sixth consecutive year. London Litho computer integration and color management services continue to grow in a market characterized by consolidation and distributor downsizing.”
London Litho is the foremost reseller and integrator of imaging systems, prepress and pressroom consumables, and value-added services to the printing, packaging, converting, and graphic design industries. A privately held company headquartered in Illinois, London Litho operates branch facilities in Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, and Minnesota. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, The Opus Group, the company assists publishers, graphic designers, and print producers who demand the most effective use of color in print and related communications. For more information about London Litho, log on to www.londonlitho.com, or call 847-679-4600.
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