Standard Register is adding to its brand communications capability and capacity with approximately a $7 million investment in digital color production and color management that will allow it to offer a high level of critical color production and distribution.
DAYTON, OH—Standard Register is adding to its brand communications capability and capacity with approximately a $7 million investment in digital color production and color management that will allow it to offer a high level of critical color production and distribution. The new equipment and technology will be integrated with business process, workflow automation, print-on-demand and SMARTworks platform investments made over the past two years.
These investments in digital color equipment and color management will support Standard Register’s Marketing Services Suite and its strategy to advance customers’ reputations by helping them effectively manage critical communications. Full integration is expected to be completed by year-end.
Standard Register’s integrated statement and billing solutions provide a complete outsourced solution for managing the printing, mailing, electronic transmission and fulfillment of business-critical documents, such as invoices, statements and notifications. The multichannel approach coordinates print and electronic presentment and payment solutions.
When it participated in the Carbon Disclosure Project, Standard Register scored 91 out of 100 possible points, among the top 5 percent of 1,100 companies participating in the study. The average score for participating companies was 48.
Standard Register will manage production for Honeywell documents including business forms, production labels and tags, manuals, technical literature and other Honeywell commercial printing needs in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Honeywell will leverage the printer’s SMARTworks Manufacturing Enterprise solution for production, warehousing, distribution and local consultative services.
Standard Register introduced its new corporate focus on advancing its customers’ reputations to shareholders and new brand identity at its annual meeting. It also reported revenue of $164.9 million and net income of $0.5 million for the first quarter, which ended April 3, 2011. Those results compare to revenue of $167.4 million and a net loss of $0.8 million for the same quarter of last year
CHAMBERSBURG, PA—NPC (News Printing), the pride of Claysburg, PA, can also stake its claim as king of the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) hill for the second straight year after being named the top winner in the GPO Top 50 list of print suppliers.
For the second consecutive year, NPC (News Printing Co.) of Claysburg, PA, heads the list. More than 1,700 print suppliers obtained GPO work during FY2010. The value of all GPO work awarded to them during this period was $358 million compared to $425 million awarded in FY2009.
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