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Americas: Specialty Printing recognized for sustainable practices

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Specialty Printing has achieved Sustainable Green Printing Partnership certification.

Since 1978, the company has been manufacturing pressure sensitive labels and related products in the US.

The flexographic printing company’s labels, packaging, tags and electronic signs can be found in retail stores, grocery stores, hospitals and medical facilities, restaurants, distribution centers, post offices and warehouses in the country.

“Our facility’s sustainability culture is permanently and fully integrated with our Lean Culture creating a synergistic environment,” says Francis Poirier, Jr., senior vice president operations.

“Developing these cultures in tandem with each other will position any organization to thrive in today’s marketplace.”

The SGP is a non-profit organization that certifies printing facilities’ sustainability best practices, including and beyond regulatory compliance.

It strives to assure a sustainability-driven supply chain to the print buying community through strategic partnerships with SGP-certified printers and patrons.