John Torrey Named President of Commercial Division at Southeastern Printing

John Torrey is the new president of Southeastern Printing's commercial division.

STUART, FL—January 28, 2014—Don Mader, CEO of Southeastern, has named John Torrey to serve as the company’s commercial division president. “We are very pleased that John has joined our organization. He brings valuable experience, energy and management skills to the company. I look forward to working with him and am excited about what Southeastern can achieve under his leadership.”

Torrey has a successful 30-year career of service to U.S. printers, most notably as vice president and general manager responsible for printing and packaging equipment at International Paper’s xpedx business, the world’s largest distributor of printing papers, graphics supplies and equipment. Before assuming the xpedx technologies post in 2008, Torrey served as general manager of the xpedx Northern California division for five years and, under his tenure, the division became one of the company’s highest performing as measured by sales growth, revenue and profitability. He also helped integrate two large acquisitions by xpedx in the highly competitive California market and won many top annual sales and management awards.

Prior to joining xpedx, Torrey worked as a salesman calling on printing companies and corporations for paper and packaging manufacturers and distributors. A Maryland native, he earned a BA in economics from Bucknell University in Lewisburg, PA.

About Southeastern Printing

Currently celebrating its 90th year of operation, Southeastern was established in 1924 and is privately owned and operated. With 210 employees operating from three locations and several Fortune 500 companies on its client roster, Southeastern has emerged as one of the largest and fastest growing communications and printing firms in the country. The company specializes in commercial and digital printing, wide format imaging, mailing and fulfillment services, Web-to-print solutions, and advertising premiums. In 2013, the South Florida Business Journal listed Southeastern as the fourth largest printing company (out of the top 25) and 67th largest private company (of the top 100 private companies) in South Florida. Southeastern is ranked #81 out of the top 400 printers in the United States in by Printing Impressions magazine. They have won numerous national and state awards and promote Green ink, the company’s federally-registered, branded name for its sustainability processes.

Source: Southeastern Printing.

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