Gardena, CA (PRWEB) March 8, 2010
Southwest Offset Printing, one of the largest independently owned print providers in the United States, is pleased to announce that it has achieved its highest ranking to-date for overall quality performance from its client, the New York Times. As one of twenty six regional printers, Southwest Offset Printing improved its national ranking to number three, with its color score ranking second. The New York Times maintains stringent quality controls across its regional manufacturing platform, and those companies achieving notable scores are commended for their performance. The New York Times enjoys a reputation not only for its timely and in-depth reporting, but also for the quality of its product.
Southwest Offset Printing’s Vice President of Sales Ryan McDonald commented, “We are very pleased to have won praise from The New York Times for our quality. It speaks volumes about the commitment of our staff to exceed expectations each and every day. Through their efforts, The New York Times retains its reputation as one of the bastions of American journalism.”
Southwest Offset Printing operates manufacturing facilities in both Southern and Northern California. It operates six cold web and three heat set press lines and produces over 300 publication titles annually. Among its clients are The New York Times, Investors Business Daily, The Financial Times, The Hollywood Reporter, the Long Beach Press Telegram, the South Bay Daily Breeze, Los Angeles Daily News and the Orange County Business Journal. Operating 24/7, Southwest Offset Printing maintains a 99.9% record of on-time delivery, which is unmatched in the printing industry.
For further information about Southwest Offset Printing, please contact Ryan McDonald, Vice President, Sales, at (310) 323-0112.
PR Contact: Dan Freedland, Director of Marketing Services, Southwest Offset Printing, Inc. (310) 717-1565.