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NAPL Assembling Industry Peer Groups Via Matchmaking Tool

June 21, 2011
 
Owner-operator peer groups generally meet quarterly, including conference calls and on-site visits. Meetings held at members’ plants allow the group to tour the facilities, experience the companies’ value propositions, and see how they are handling shared issues, and enable the host companies to get a view of their operations through the eyes of their group colleagues. Special-interest groups may opt to meet at airport hub hotels or other convenient facilities.
 
Companies interested in joining an NAPL CEO or owner-operator peer group, or special-interest peer group (operations, safety, sales/marketing, etc.), are invited to complete the NAPL Peer Group Clearinghouse Company Profile at www.napl.org/PeerGroups and e-mail it to Truncale at jtruncale@napl.org. For more information, contact Truncale at (800) 642-6275, Ext. 6310.
 
About NAPL
NAPL is a not-for-profit business management association representing companies in the $80+ billion commercial printing and graphic communications industry in North America. NAPL’s comprehensive slate of business-building solutions provides company leaders with the management tools they need to make informed business decisions in an ever-changing market environment. For more information on NAPL, visit www.napl.org or call (800) 642-6275.
 
Source: NAPL.
 

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