NAPL and NAQP Open Discussion with Adobe on FedEx Kinko’s Accord
Truncale and Johnson concluded the letter with an invitation to Chizen to participate with them in a discussion of this important issue, to which Chizen responded promptly, expressing an intention to meet soon to address the concerns of NAPL, NAQP, and the printing company executives who support their views.
This expression of concern to Adobe is a reflection of the commitment of NAPL and its partners in The NAPL Network—NAQP and the Research and Engineering Council of NAPL—to speak out on issues affecting their members.
Chartered in 1933, NAPL (www.napl.org) is a not-for-profit trade association representing companies in the $100 billion + graphic communications industry and dedicated to excellence in graphic communications management. NAPL’s comprehensive slate of business-building solutions provides company leaders with the strategies, insights, and guidance they can use to make informed business decisions, minimize risk, anticipate change, and profitably grow their business. For more information on membership in The NAPL Network, which includes NAPL, the R&E Council of NAPL, and the National Association for Quick Printers (NAQP), visit www.napl.org or call (800) 642-6275, Option 5.