RR Donnelley Awarded Print Management Agreement by Chrysler

CHICAGO—Jan. 11, 2012—R. R. Donnelley & Sons announced it has been awarded a new multimillion dollar, multiyear print management agreement by Chrysler Group. This new agreement significantly expands the two companies’ relationship.

Under the terms of the award, Donnelley will provide a comprehensive array of services, including on-site premedia resources and sourcing support, commercial printing, direct mail, logistics, labels and forms. Chrysler will also draw upon RR Donnelley’s proprietary CustomPoint intelligent print management system, which facilitates a range of services, including variable digital printing and individualized communications.

“We are very proud to have earned the opportunity to serve Chrysler through this new multiyear relationship,” stated John Paloian, RR Donnelley’s chief operating officer. “As large organizations’ integrated communications needs become more complex, the value that we provide as a single-source print management provider becomes even more pronounced. Our ability to act as a central point as printing is prepared, produced and distributed helps to optimize costs and to enable tighter control over messaging.”

About RR Donnelley
RR Donnelley is a global provider of integrated communications. Founded more than 147 years ago, the company works collaboratively with more than 60,000 customers worldwide to develop custom communications solutions that reduce costs, enhance ROI and ensure compliance. Drawing on a range of proprietary and commercially available digital and conventional technologies deployed across four continents, the company employs a suite of leading Internet based capabilities and other resources to provide premedia, printing, logistics and business process outsourcing products and services to leading clients in virtually every private and public sector.

Source: RRD.

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  • Al S.

    only two ways for a company to manage their corporate print spend. All "in" or all "out". Both work but you need the right talent and partners for both. Just depends on your POV though. "Out" gives you a lot of flexibility, but loss of some control." IN" gives you lots of control, but requires investments to be maintained. …and you can’t be half way in/out or you’ll risk missing big opportunities. good luck out there