Unisource Joins The Print Council
NORCROSS, GA—August 30, 2007—Unisource Worldwide, Inc., one of the leading distributors of paper, packaging and facility supplies in North America, has joined The Print Council, a Washington, D.C.-based national business development organization dedicated to promoting greater use of printing and print media.
The Print Council Executive Director Ben Cooper welcomed Unisource as a new member of the council, which serves the industry by working to develop, maintain and expand the market for printed materials through education, awareness, market development, advocacy and research.
“We fully support The Print Council’s mission and look forward to working with other members to promote the industry,” said Ed Farley, Unisource Vice President, Marketing – Paper. “Our company has a wealth of expertise to share with the membership, and the council will present Unisource with unique opportunities and resources that we can use to grow our business. The decision to join The Print Council was driven by our dedication to the print media and our printer customers.”
Launched in 2003, The Print Council serves hundreds of members representing more than 50 companies, including commercial printers; paper manufacturers; press, ink and equipment manufacturers; publishers; industry associations; and educational institutions.
About Unisource Worldwide, Inc.
Unisource Worldwide, Inc., ( www.unisourcelink.com ) is a leading independent marketer and distributor of commercial printing and business imaging papers, packaging systems and facility supplies and equipment in North America. Headquartered in Norcross, Ga., Unisource is one of the largest private companies in the United States and offers the most comprehensive suite of products and services in the industry. With approximately 6,500 team members – including approximately 2,600 sales, customer service and technical support specialists; 100 distribution centers, and a fleet of approximately 1,300 vehicles – Unisource can deliver what your business needs when and where you want it – locally, regionally and nationally.