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February 2003
Quad Opens Regional Center

SAN FRANCISCO—Quad/Graphics plans to open its newest regional imaging service center here next month. The new center, located in the China Basin area on the east side of the San Francisco peninsula, will become the 16th site in Quad/Graphics' imaging network of regional service centers, customer service centers, processing centers and print centers. The San Francisco site will offer clients face-to-face customer service and on-site color management and output services.

Banta Boosts Fulfillment Centers

MENASHA, WI—Banta Corp. will open a fourth packaging and fulfillment operation in the Fox Cities. The 210,000-square-foot facility, now under construction, is being developed by Warehouse Specialists and leased to Banta. Approximately 40 new positions will be created, 20 to 25 positions at facility start-up, with additional positions added as the workload increases.

Wallace Appoints Sales VP

LISLE IL—Wallace Computer Services has appointed Don Marchant, 50, to the position of vice president of commercial print for the Midwest. Marchant is now responsible for all sales functions, as well as managing regional account executives and customer service representatives to meet customers' needs. Marchant has more than 25 years of sales experience in the commercial printingindustry.

Arandell Mfg. VP Wins Award

PARAMUS, NJ—David Knoff, vice president of manufacturing for Arandell Corp., Menomonee Falls, WI, recently received the inaugural Pressroom Operations Manager of the Year Award from the R&E Council of NAPL. The award, to be bestowed annually, was created to recognize a pressroom manager with a proven record of providing outstanding service for customers and creating value for his or her company.

Creo Moves U.S. Headquarters

VANCOUVER—Creo Inc., based here, has relocated its headquarters for North, South and Central America to a 90,000-square-foot facility outside of Boston. The facility will house the entire executive, sales and marketing, training and customer service team, as well as a 7,500-square-foot demo center.

Donnelley Receives Award

CHICAGO—R.R. Donnelley has received the 2002 Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics from the Bureau's Chicago and Northern Illinois chapter. R.R. Donnelley was recognized for demonstrating ethical practices toward customers, suppliers, co-workers and the community. An independent panel of judges from business and academia selected R.R. Donnelley as one of the winners in the large company (more than 7,500 employees) category. R.R. Donnelley, as well as the other local Better Business Bureau award recipients, will receive a nomination to the international competition for the Bureau's Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics.
 

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