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Donnelley Opens Mail Facility

June 2006
CHICAGO—RR Donnelley has expanded its North American print logistics operations with the opening of a mail consolidation facility, including distribution management services, in Dallas.

The new facility allows Donnelley to better serve direct response marketers, magazine publishers, catalogers and other mailers in the Southwest, according to Dan Scapin, president of RR Donnelley Logistics and Distribution.

In other Donnelley news, the printer was awarded a new multi-year, multi-million dollar logistics contract to distribute Parade magazine to 340-plus newspapers nationwide.

Among other recent contracts:

Donnelley and Thomas Nelson Inc. came to terms on a multi-year extension that sees the printer produce 100 percent of Nelson’s one- and two-color soft cover trade books.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia renewed its accord with Donnelley to produce publications including Martha Stewart Living, Everyday Food and Martha Stewart Weddings. Two additions have been included in the pact—holiday Special Magazine and startup title Blueprint.

Donnelley’s UK-based Astron won a $26 million contract from Britannia Building Society.
 

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