As part of Standard Register’s aggressive transformation initiatives designed to drive market excellence and customer satisfaction, the company today announced the formation of Industramark™, a Standard Register business unit. Standard Register is a premier document services and print management solutions provider.
Created as a direct result of comprehensive and thorough strategic planning conducted by Standard Register, Industramark was formed to help manufacturers reduce the total cost of ownership of all printed production parts (including functional and decorative labels as well as technical literature), consolidate suppliers, increase productivity and assure agency compliance (including ANSI, UL and CSA). The business unit is able to accomplish this through a dedicated industrial team, proven processes and innovative technologies.
“In order to establish ourselves as a market leader and effectively leverage our breadth and depth of industry expertise and resources, Standard Register undertook an aggressive organizational transformation. Industramark is one of the outcomes of that process,” said Joe Morgan, president and chief executive officer, Standard Register. “By creating Industramark as a business unit of Standard Register, we have focused on the manufacturing industry, helping us provide our customers with the tools needed to grow their businesses and improve their costs.”
Industramark provides manufacturers with an industry-leading comprehensive national program for design, sourcing and inventory management of decorative and functional printed production parts. The business unit offers a full-range of services to industrial manufacturers, including:
• Agency compliance;
• Material analysis;
• Inventory management;
• Support for global manufacturing.
“In today’s volatile economy, manufacturers are struggling to reduce costs while maintaining production of quality products. With Industramark’s manufacturing parts solutions, we can typically reduce a manufacturer’s total cost of ownership by 10 percent or more,” said Tom Furey, vice president and general manager, Industramark. “And with North American manufacturers spending $4.2 billion annually on printed production parts, there is an unprecedented opportunity for Industramark to help industrial businesses accomplish their production and financial goals.”
Industramark operates printing facilities in Dayton, Ohio and Tampa, Fla. The business unit also operates a 30,000-square-foot production and service facility in Monterrey, Mexico. This facility, which provides customers with label printing, warehousing, kitting, digital on-demand printing and multiple other services, supports customers by offering a one-stop shop for a complete range of printed production parts as well as access to an extensive distribution network that services all major industrial areas of Mexico.
Industramark (industramark.com) is a business unit of Standard Register focused on the industrial manufacturing market. The business unit is poised to become the printed production parts market leader and supplier of choice for multi-site manufacturers, particularly in the areas of functional and decorative labels and technical literature. Industramark solutions are designed to help manufacturers realize efficiency through the removal of waste from the manufacturing process; compliance through reduced risk of product liability claims; and distinction through the latest product decoration technology.
About Standard Register
Standard Register (standardregister.com) is a premier document services provider, trusted by companies to manage the critical documents they need to thrive in today’s competitive climate. Employing nearly a century of industry expertise, Lean Six Sigma methodologies and leading technologies, the company helps organizations increase efficiency, reduce costs, mitigate risks, grow revenue and meet the challenges of a changing business landscape. It offers document and label solutions, technology solutions, consulting and print supply chain services to help clients manage documents across their enterprises.