Worldcolor to Print 21 Publications for ABA Publishing
MONTRÉAL—10/8/2009—Worldcolor (TSX: WC, WC.U) has signed a multi-year agreement to print 21 magazines, journals and newsletters for ABA Publishing, the publishing arm of the American Bar Association. The 21 titles represent new work to Worldcolor, which has printed the ABA’s flagship magazine title – ABA Journal – for several years.
Some of the new titles in the agreement are Litigation, Business Law Today, Probate and Property, Student Lawyer and Construction Lawyer.
“We have printed ABA Journal with great pride and it is very gratifying when a valued customer expands our service relationship by awarding us additional titles,” said Kevin J. Clarke, President of Worldcolor’s Publishing Services Group. “We’re also pleased to note that this new work reflects in part continuing investments we have made and are making in digital print and related digital asset management, as well as in innovative co-mail solutions that are driving more value to our publication customers.”
John Rhead, Print Administration Director for ABA Publishing, said Worldcolor’s specialty publication capabilities and commitment to innovation in print, digital and distribution technologies provided a compelling case for change: “We were very impressed with Worldcolor’s focused solutions for our specialized publications. We have no doubt that the service success Worldcolor has demonstrated on ABA Journal will be mirrored in the production of these 21 additional titles.”
About ABA Publishing
ABA Publishing is the publishing arm of the American Bar Association. Its flagship publication -- ABA Journal -- is published monthly and read by more than half of the nation's 1.1 million lawyers. It also publishes related magazines, journals and newsletters serving specialized and regional content areas. With more than 400,000 members, the ABA provides law school accreditation, continuing legal education, information about the law, programs to assist lawyers and judges in their work, and initiatives to improve the legal system for the public.