CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--LSC Communications, Inc. (NYSE: LKSD) announced today that it has been awarded a five-year Supply Chain Services contract for the print production and warehousing of educational materials for Great Minds, LLC. David McCree, President of the Book division at LSC, commented, “We have been working diligently to design custom solutions that enable our clients to improve supply chain efficiencies and achieve bottom line benefits. LSC is pleased to have been selected as a key strategic supplier for such a well-respected educational organization.”
The nonprofit Great Minds was founded in 2007 to define and encourage content-rich comprehensive education for all American schoolchildren. In pursuit of that mission, Great Minds brings schoolteachers together in collaboration with scholars to craft exemplary instructional materials and share them with the field. The organization’s curriculum includes the Eureka Math program which has received accolades at both the state and national levels.
Great Minds COO, Joe Heider, added, “In LSC, we’ve found an exceptional supply chain partner to help fulfill Great Minds’ mission by producing and distributing our best-in-class curricula to schools across the country.”
About LSC Communications
LSC Communications (NYSE: LKSD) is a global leader in traditional and digital print, print-related services and office products that serves the needs of publishers, merchandisers and retailers. The Company’s service offering includes e-services, warehousing and fulfillment and supply chain management. LSC utilizes a broad portfolio of technology capabilities coupled with consultative attention to clients’ needs to increase speed to market, reduce costs, provide postal savings to clients and improve efficiencies. Strategically located operations provide local service and responsiveness while leveraging the economic, geographic and technological advantages of an international organization.
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