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GPO Announces Latest Top 50 Supplier List

December 14, 2012
CHAMBERSBURG, PA—Even in light of volatile marketplaces, private-sector companies that serve the printing needs of numerous federal government agencies and departments [procured through the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO)] continue to enjoy a positive revenue stream, according to figures compiled for the latest “Top 50 GPO Suppliers” reports. In preparing the reports, the staff of Government Print Management noted some interesting trends.

The first three quarters of 2012 were nearly identical to 2011 in terms of total volume procured by the GPO. Volumes for the first three quarters of 2012 totaled $61 million, $83 million and $70 million, respectively, compared to $61 million, $79 million and $78 million for the same quarters for 2011.

“Although short term, this trend shows a relative steadiness in the amount of printing the government is sourcing from the private sector, and supports the idea of GPO work being a sustainable source of revenue,” said Deborah Snider, senior vice president of Government Print Management.

Also continuing is the longer-term trend of increases in volume between the first and second quarter. “This similarity, combined with the change from decline to relative stability, is encouraging,” Snider said. “Changes in government printing caused some worry. But with advances in green printing and acceptance of newer technologies, the (business) potential GPO printing holds for the industry is exciting.”

A look at the broad variety of printing companies that comprise the “Top 50” lists for the second and third quarters of 2012 is encouraging as well. While those at the very top are naturally larger-scale organizations, printers of all sizes and specialties are benefitting from their efforts. At the top of the list for the third quarter are NPC Inc. of Claysburg, PA, with $7.4 million in print volume; followed by Sourcelink of Miamisburg, OH, ($3.4M); PA Hutchison of Mayfield, PA, ($3.2M); Cenveo of Stamford, CT, ($2.7M); and Monarch Litho of Montebello, CA, ($2.5M).

Top 50 Suppliers to the Government Printing Office
(Third Quarter 2012)
Rank    Company (City, State)    Volume
1    NPC Inc. (Claysburg, PA)    $7,436,903
2    Sourcelink (Miamisburg, OH)    $3,441,879
3    PA Hutchison (Mayfield, PA)    $3,246,815
4    Cenveo (Stamford, CT)    $2,677,454
5    Monarch Litho (Montebello, CA)    $2,486,650
6    Gateway Press (Louisville, KY)    $2,007,180
7    Gray Graphics (Capitol Heights, MD)    $1,896,887
8    Colonial Press (Miami)    $1,888,617
9    Xerox Corp. (Washington, DC)    $1,372,300
10    McDonald & Eudy Printers (Temple Hills, MD)    $998,709
11    District Creative Printing (Upper Marlboro, MD)    $753,603
12    Brothers Lithographing (Chicago)    $727,147
13    United Book Press (Baltimore)    $702,218
14    Intelligencer Printing (Lancaster, PA)    $700,906
15    Thunderbird Press (Titusville, FL)    $632,010
16    Art Litho (Baltimore)    $626,486
17    Balmar Printing (Gaithersburg, MD)    $562,518
18    Goodway Graphics of Va. (Springfield, VA)    $562,275
19    S&W Manufacturing (Florence, SC)    $549,120
20    National Envelope (Frisco, TX)    $527,271
21    Connecticut Laminating (New Haven, CT)    $515,587
22    Production Press (Jacksonville, IL)    $508,163
23    Alcom Printing Group (Harleysville, PA)    $499,947
24    Precision Printing (Moberly, MO)    $492,766
25    Consolidated Graphics (Houston)    $455,960
26    KD8 Enterprises (Centerville, UT)    $455,426
27    FileAmerica (Fordyce, AR)    $449,134
28    Todd Allan Printing (Beltsville, MD)    $429,694
29    Banknote Corp. (New York)    $422,280
30    Bosworth Printing (Stoughton, MA)    $420,704
31    Sekan Printing (Ft. Scott, KS)    $418,146
32    Printing Resources (Cleveland)    $402,113
33    Highland Computer Forms (Hillsboro, OH)    $400,292
34    Pinnacle Data Systems (Birmingham, AL)    $399,134
35    Premiums & Specialty (Medford, NJ)    $387,921
36    William & Heintz Map (Capitol Heights, MD)    $378,827
37    Litho Press (San Antonio)    $374,835
38    BKR Printing (Salt Lake City)    $363,644
39    West Shore Printing (Mechanicsburg, PA)    $359,423
40    Graphic Visions (Gaithersburg, MD)    $357,352
41    Coverbind Corp. (Wilmington, NC)    $348,327
42    Pacific Graphics (Monterey Park, CA)    $336,216
43    EU Services (Rockville, MD)    $320,262
44    Digital Rio (Kennesaw, GA)    $319,749
45    Albuquerque Printing (Albuquerque, NM)    $316,567
46    Micrographics Inc. (Gainesville, FL)    $303,673
47    Lithexcel (Albuquerque, NM)    $297,809
48    Fry Communications (Mechanicsburg, PA)    $296,003
49    Digital Depot/dba Digital Work (Salt Lake City)    $278,879
50    Omaha Printing (Omaha, NE)    $275,462

 

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