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CHAMBERSBURG, PA—Jan. 5, 2012—The top 50 private sector print suppliers that did the most work for the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) during Federal Fiscal Year 2011 (October 2010 through September 2011) has been released. For the third consecutive year, NPC Inc. of Claysburg, PA, heads the list of “GPO Top 50 Print Suppliers.”
NPC was awarded $24.7 million in GPO printing work in FY2011, compared to $23 million in FY2010 and $29 million in FY2009.
More than 1,859 print suppliers obtained GPO work during FY2011. The value of all GPO work awarded to those companies during this period was $331 million, compared to $358 million awarded in FY2010 and $425 million in FY2009. Work done by the top 50 suppliers was valued at $206 million in FY 2011, compared to $223 million in FY2010 and $270 million in FY2009.
|Top 50 Print Suppliers for the GPO - Fiscal Year 2011|
|Rank ||Company (Headquarters)|| Volume|| FY2010|
| 1||NPC, Inc. (Claysburg, PA)|| $24,705,237||1|
| 2||RR Donnelley (Chicago)||$21,101,174||2|
| 3||Sourcelink (Miamisburg, OH)||$13,615,359||3|
| 4||Gateway Press (Louisville, KY)||$12,729,258||4|
| 5||Monarch Litho (Montebello, CA)||$12,670,722||5|
| 6||Cenveo (Stamford, CT)||$10,111,268||6|
| 7||Gray Graphics Corp. (Capitol Heights, MD)||$5,795,717||7|
| 8||McDonald & Eudy Printers (Temple Hills, MD)||$5,538,761||9|
| 9||National Envelope (Uniondale, NY)||$5,069,465||14|
|10||Standard Register (Dayton, OH)||$4,843,455||11|
|11||Fry Communications (Mechanicsburg, PA)||$4,704,951||13|
|12||PA Hutchison (Mayfield, PA)||$4,246,279||8|
|13||United Book Press (Baltimore)||$3,503,765||18|
|14||Intelligencer Printing (Lancaster, PA)||$3,442,684||10|
|15||Colonial Press Int’l. (Miami)||$3,346,143||15|
|16||Banknote Corporation of America (Browns Summit, NC) ||$3,341,360||57|
|17||Printwell Acquisitions (Taylor, MI)||$3,183,886||30|
|18||Consolidated Graphics (Houston)||$3,024,701||19|
|19||Signature Graphics (Portland, OR)||$3,022,182||20|
|20||Envision (Wichita, KS)||$2,785,798||27|
|21||Universal Printing (DeSoto, TX)||$2,667,392||21|
|22||V.G. Reed & Sons (Louisville, KY)||$2,603,192||17|
|23||District Creative Printing (Upper Marlboro, MD)||$2,578,745||25|
|24||Coastal Mailing (Salinas, CA)||$2,495,304||22|
|25||Litho Press (San Antonio, TX)||$2,296,361||40|
|26||V.N. Products (Foot Hill Ranch, CA)||$2,024,289||31|
|27||Quintessential Color Group (Upper Marlboro, MD)||$2,013,543||16|
|28||Pearson Custom Publishing (Boston)||$1,971,729||33|
|29||BKR Printing (Salt Lake City, UT)||$1,962,178||46|
|30||Mission Information Resources (Lancaster, NH)||$1,921,346||35|
|31||Compton & Sons (St. Louis, MO)||$1,907,486||98|
|32||KD8 Enterprises (Centerville, UT)||$1,906,571||34|
|33||Art Litho (Baltimore)||$1,882,043||29|
|34||Printing Resources (Cleveland)||$1,872,255||26|
|35||Precision Printing (Moberly, MO)||$1,820,996||47|
|36||Balmar Printing (Gaithersburg, MD)||$1,794,706||37|
|37||S & W Manufacturing (Florence, SC)||$1,791,901||39|
|38||Todd Allan Printing (Beltsville, MD)||$1,737,575||43|
|39||Darby Printing (Atlanta)||$1,696,822||54|
|40||Data Integrators (Woodbridge, VA)||$1,651,880||36|
|41||West Shore Printing (Mechanicsburg, PA)||$1,642,050||42|
|42||Production Press (Jacksonville, IL)||$1,629,500||41|
|43||Freedom Graphic Systems (Milton, WI)||$1,590,859||45|
|44||Crabar Business Systems (Dayton, OH)||$1,516,875||44|
|45||Coverbind Corp. (Wilmington, NC)||$1,508,194||49|
|46||Trend Offset Printing (Los Alamitos, CA)||$1,473,938||52|
|47||The Print House (Brooklyn, NY)||$1,390,592||67|
|48||Omaha Print (Omaha, NE)||$1,379,380||53|
|49||Alcom Printing Group (Harleysville, PA)||$1,368,357||32|
|50||Bosworth Printing (Stoughton, MA)||$1,361,409||48|
|This list was compiled exclusively by Government Print Management,|
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“In spite of the obvious, the decline of GPO work to the private sector for the third consecutive year, the GPO remains an important private sector market. Printers can, and should, develop the GPO into a dependable income source,” said Deborah Snider, division president of Government Print Management, a division of e-LYNXX Corp. “Having a secondary market as strong as the GPO is essential during tough economic times because it provides a resource for profitable work that will fill production gaps.
“The key to succeeding with GPO is knowing when and how to bid for jobs that will strengthen your bottom line. Our mission at Government Print Management is to help you win that work using our expertise and extensive database/archives of GPO jobs and programs,” Snider added.
While prices typically are lowered to win GPO work and fill production gaps, Snider said active GPO print suppliers increase their bottom line annual profitability from a national average of less than 2 percent to more than 14 percent when they bid low to consistently win work to fill downtime.
Snider said Government Print Managements works with many of the top 50 GPO printer suppliers and has seen an increased interest in the firm’s specialized expertise as printers strive to diversify their client base.
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