Regaining the contract was not an easy process for Lithocraft, facing off against 51 other printers from throughout Australia and New Zealand, whom all endured a rigorous tender process. The company’s full in-house prepress capabilities were thoroughly examined, and it was this factor, together with its 24 hour a day production hours, the significant investment made in up-to-date technologies, aggressive succession plan and relationship-based selling philosophy that won Lithocraft the deal.
“We have worked with the National for the past four years and this appointment will enable us to solidify that relationship, as well broadening our working relationship with the National’s other agencies and companies in the supply chain,” says Lithocraft director Nick O’Sullivan.
The NAB contract is just one of the many feathers in Lithocraft’s cap which includes Coles-Myer, GlaxoSmithKline, Mazda Australia and Carter Holt Harvey.
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