Cenveo, Inc. announced that it is transferring its stock exchange listing to the Nasdaq Global Market from The New York Stock Exchange ("NYSE"), effective August 7, 2017 after market close. Cenveo shares will begin trading as a Nasdaq-listed security on August 8, 2017, and will continue to trade under the symbol CVO. Robert G. Burton, Sr., Chairman and Chief Executive Officer stated: "We are pleased to partner with Nasdaq as the new home for our stock listing. We believe Nasdaq's reputation as the leading exchange for companies launching technology solutions is consistent with Cenveo's leadership in developing product offerings such as Kadena 2.0, a cloud-based platform focused on the performance of print and mail communications, fulfillment and supply chain management for mid to large sized enterprises. Nasdaq's increased share of our stock's trading volume also makes them an ideal trading platform for our company. Additionally, the move will provide Cenveo access to a broad portfolio of tools and services to reach our investors in a cost effective manner all of which will contribute to our profitability improvement plan we announced earlier this year. We thank the NYSE for all their support during the past several years."
The Sustainable Green Printing Partnership (SGP), the leading authority in sustainability certification for the printing industry, announced today that the Meyers Printing Companies, Inc. achieved SGP certification for its Minneapolis, MN facility.
“Meyers believes in integrity and an important part of this is our environmental compliance and stewardship,” said Chris Dillion, President at Meyers. “Integrity is a central part of who we are. And to us, integrity and sustainability are intertwined. If you’re not thinking about how your work impacts those around you and those who will come after you, are you really working with integrity?”
As a certified SGP printer, Meyers is committed to exceeding sustainability targets by reducing waste, conserving energy, sourcing sustainable materials, creating a safe workplace, continuous improvement, and lowering our carbon footprint. Each year sustainability projects are identified and tracked to document areas of improvement; an audit by the third-party certification organization occurs every two years.
“We’ve had sustainability initiatives at Meyers for decades. Much like our clients and so many consumers, we understand that sustainability is too critical for us to continue the status quo,” said Matt Evers, Meyers SVP of Business Development and Quality. “That’s why we’ve put so much resources into accelerating our sustainability initiatives. The tools we’re getting from SGP, like the SGP Impact Tracker, have been instrumental to continue to advance on our sustainability journey.”
SGP certification takes into account the entire print facility, its process, product, and social areas. SGP certification elevates a printer into an elite group of top sustainable printers, recognized by print buyers and the printing industry. SGP certification is supported by industry associations, including the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA), PRINTING United Alliance and TLMI.
SGP certification is a validation of the work Meyers has done for decades on delivering sustainable solutions for its customers. “Meyers exemplifies sustainability in the printing industry,” said Doreen Monteleone, SGP co-founder and FTA representative. “They are a perfect example of a company that has taken the steps to assure a more sustainable supply chain for their many customers. In turn, this benefits us all.”
“We know there are so many consumers who want to live a more sustainable lifestyle and our clients want to be part of making that possible,” said Michael Dillon, Meyers Head of Marketing. “We are proud to help customers and consumers along their own sustainability journeys. Sometimes that’s bringing in new compostable or biodegradable materials, other times it’s working towards our commitment to use only carbon-free electricity by the end of 2021. No matter how we’re delivering sustainable print solutions, it makes us so happy to be helping build a brighter future for all of us.”
Print facilities interested in eliminating waste, reducing energy consumption, transitioning to sustainable materials, and winning new business from organizations that require sustainable printing practices should visit www.sgppartnership.org/certification to learn more about becoming SGP certified.