The Australian National Audit Office (ANAO) gave the Canberra-based printer a three-year extension on the contract, which it has held since 2001.
ANAO executive director corporate management branch Anya Moore said CanPrint would mainly be printing audit reports, as well as product guides and corporate documents.
She added that CanPrint provided “a quality service”.
General manager Sam Holden said he thought his company won the work thanks to its strong track record.
“Their actions are speaking volumes because we haven’t let them down,” he said.
The ANAO success came six months after CanPrint won contracts with utility company ActewAGL and regional telecommunication firm TransACT.
Holden described both contracts as multi-year deals worth six figures annually. He said CanPrint would print brochures and internal documents for the two companies, while also providing warehousing and distribution.
Holden said CanPrint’s success was consistent with the success of its parent, Opus Group.
Opus is also the parent of Ligare and Cactus Imaging and last year made a bid for McPherson’s Printing Group.
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