Stream points to client wins to make up for loss of VIC government to Finsbury

Finsbury announced earlier this week that it had won the $15m contract. Stream was originally awarded the three-year contract in 2007 and secured a 12-month extension.

A spokesperson for Stream’s parent, Toll Group, told ProPrint: “We are very proud of our many achievements over the past four years serving the Victorian Government.”

He said Stream had notched up a number of runs on the board, including “Australia’s first-ever whole of government contract”, “large ongoing savings to the government and taxpayers” and consistent “high service ratings”.

“With recent customer wins, we expect to be able to offer our Victorian government employees alternative roles.”

The spokesperson thanked the panel of more than 130 printers “who produced work for Stream on behalf of the Victorian government for their great support and contribution over the past 12 months”.

The Victorian government contract is believed to have been one of Stream’s largest, though it also holds major print management contracts with blue-chip clients Optus, Virgin Mobile, Westpac-St George and ANZ Bank.

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