Upon first examining this year’s Top 100 Suppliers’ sales numbers, the BFL&S staff discovered a $241 million decrease in overall sales compared with last year. This sent the team scrambling for answers. However, deeper analysis revealed a simple explanation. As our readership may have noticed, in 2004 and 2005, Quality Park, Englewood, Colo., ranked number one and two respectively on the Top 100 Suppliers list with sales peaking at $430 million. This year, the Quality Park brand no longer appears on the list at all. In years past, Quality Park consisted of six companies: DealerLabel, Discount Labels, Lancer Label, PrintXcel, Wisco and Quality Park Products.
Located in Englewood, Colo., PrintXcel, a Quality Park Brand, is leading a campaign to assist the victims of Hurricane Katrina. According to company officials, distributors will have the option of contributing to the American Red Cross when they place orders at any of PrintXcel's documents facilities. While several of its plants on the Gulf Coast did not sustain damage from the storm, many of the company's employees and customers have been affected. "Many of our employees had relatives who lived directly in the path of the hurricane and have lost everything," said Deanna Day, senior brand manager. "Many of our customers have
PrintXcel, a Quality Park brand, Englewood, Colo., recently announced the availability of unbranded versions of its marketing brochures, available in quantities ranging from 250 to 500. The high-color, professionally designed brochures focus on key markets such as health-care, education and automotive. Product-focused pieces for mailing solutions, print communications, VersaSeal and security features are also included. "These materials are in high demand because distributors are looking for professional and effective ways to inform end-users of the products and services that they provide," said Deanna Day, brand manager. "We have always provided personalized collateral, but usually in much higher quantities. We think that providing smaller quantities
James Malone, founding and managing partner of Qorval, a financial and business restructuring firm based in Naples, Fla., has been named CEO of Cenveo, Englewood, Colo., effective June 27. "We are very pleased to have Mr. Malone take the reins of Cenveo," said Susan Rheney, chairman. "He has a proven track record of helping companies grow, and his leadership will be invaluable as we strive to provide greater service to our customers and shareholders." In his new role, Malone will work closely with Cenveo's financial and legal advisors to help the company maximize shareholder value. At Qorval, he assumed the role of CEO
Global DocuGraphiX (GDX), Lincolnshire, Ill., awarded three Quality Park brands--PrintXcel, Wisco and Discount Labels--Vendor of the Year awards for their product lines during GDX's 2005 Annual Sales Meeting and Vendor Exhibit, held in Amelia Island, Fla. For the third consecutive year, PrintXcel earned the Vendor of the Year for Traditional Documents award, Wisco received the Vendor of the Year for Envelopes for the second year, and Discount Labels was awarded the Vendor of the Year for Labels award--giving Quality Park, Englewood, Colo., the Triple Crown title. Bob Lytle, vice president of regional sales for PrintXcel, said, "We are honored to receive these
Cenveo, Englewood, Colo., recently announced that Chairman, President and CEO Paul Reilly will resign. At the request of the company's Board of Directors, Reilly has agreed to remain in his current positions of president and CEO until a successor is found, and will continue as one of the directors of Cenveo. Cenveo's Board of Directors has appointed Susan O. Rheney as interim Chairman of the Board of Directors. Rheney was a principal at the Sterling Group, the investment firm that formed Mail-Well, Inc., Cenveo's predecessor, and was involved in the formation and initial operations of the company. She served on Cenveo's Board