North American Communications Planning to Add Up to 100 Jobs, Launch Supplier Diversity Program
North American Communications (NAC), an international leader in direct mail marketing, announced that it is planning to add up to 100 local new jobs before the end of 2014. In addition, the company announced the launch of its new Supplier Diversity Program that began on April 2.
Having added 58 new jobs since September 2013, NAC anticipates business growth that will result in the need to hire individuals in entry-level, skilled, technical and management positions over the next six to nine months. More information about career opportunities can be found at www.nacmail.com/careers.
As part of the Supplier Diversity Program, NAC will purchase competitively priced quality goods and services from diverse suppliers who uphold the same shared values of corporate responsibility. The company invites all certified minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses, etc., from the region to participate.
"We are committed to building a strong Supplier Diversity Network and understand that increasing the inclusion of minority-, women- and veteran-owned businesses improves the economic stability in the communities in which we serve," said Rob Herman, president, North American Communications.
Companies who would like additional information or to register online are asked to visit NAC's website at www.nacmail.com/supplierdiversity. Questions can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About North American Communications
North American Communications (NAC) is the nation's largest vertically integrated direct mail and fulfillment company. With regionalized production locations, NAC markets a diverse portfolio of direct mail services including, envelope production, forms and commercial printing, imaging, bindery, lettershop, mailing and commingling. With all services completed in-house, campaigns are completed efficiently and tailored to client expectations. NAC offers production capacity and geographic coverage with facilities in Pennsylvania, Texas and Mexico.