Cleveland, Ohio – June 2008
Cleveland based Great Lakes Integrated (GLI) has received the prestigious Mailing and Fulfillment Service Associations (MFSA) Accreditation. The accreditation recognizes industry excellence. GLI is only the seventh company nationwide to receive this recognition and the first commercial printer in the nation to receive this coveted award.
MFSA, a national authority on fulfillment services developed the accreditation program after years of research into the best technical and operational practices of fulfillment companies. David A Weaver, President and Chief Executive Officer of MFSA explained, “The accreditation was awarded to GLI following an extensive audit of the company’s operations as well as a comprehensive application process.” The on-site, three day, audit focuses on 14 technical and operational areas and 168 individual criteria including receiving, put-away, order picking, packing, hand assembly, returns, and reporting.
Jim Schultz, GLI’s Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer said, “â€œWe are very pleased to be recognized with this accreditation. GLI’s fulfillment operations are a vital part of our marketing-solution business and we are proud to be recognized as one of the leading companies in the industry. We are committed to quality and customer satisfaction and that dedication has lead to the MFSA accreditation.”
The MFSA accreditation process was designed by industry experts and is also a valuable learning process for companies that participate. Throughout the process industry experts provide specific advice to audited companies that can help improve operations and increase productivity and revenue.
About Great Lakes Integrated
Based in Cleveland for 77 years, Great Lakes Integrated provides traditional and digital print manufacturing, distribution, mailing, fulfillment, warehousing and the AKSESS® suite of web-based marketing solutions for national and international clients.
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