The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) contracted Fuji Xerox DMS, the print and mail business it acquired from Salmat in August 2012, to print $4.1 million of outbound correspondence between March 2013 and September 2014.
Fuji Xerox and Computershare will also produce business activity statements during the same period. Fuji Xerox's share has been valued at $1.6 million and Computershare's work at $764,000.
Computershare and Fuji Xerox are part of the ATO's bulk print panel.
Fuji Xerox Document Management Solutions' group marketing manager, Vicky Mann, said the firm had been working with the ATO for more than 15 years.
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"Our ISO-accredited production processes, our truly national footprint, our financial stability and proven track record are why the ATO entrusts this work to us," she told ProPrint.
"Production of the ATO work will take place nationally on Fuji Xerox’s comprehensive print platform including both cut sheet and continuous black and full-colour printers.
"We’ll be using a combination of distributive print and load levelling across our 24×7 shifts. This is paramount to ensuring we meet the ATO’s requirements, and uphold all of our other client contractual commitments."
Mann also said Fuji Xerox was "highly confident of exceeding both our revenue and profit targets for the forthcoming financial year".
Meanwhile, Paragon Printers and National Mailing & Marketing have been awarded taxation work for April-June 2013.
Paragon will print $58,000 of superannuation cards and National Mailing will produce $101,000 of superannuation documents for employers, according to the ATO.
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