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Stream locks down $25 million Centrelink deal

Thursday, 04 August 2005
By Print 21 Online Article

Under the contract, Stream Solutions will partner with HPA and Linfox to provide design, print procurement, mail services and logistics for Centrelink across Australia. Supporting Stream’s bulk print work, HPA will be providing laser mail services for Centrelink’s outbound communication to the value of $8 million every year.

Keith Millar of Centrelink claims the deal was struck following close consideration of Stream’s history in print management. “Centrelink has conducted an extensive tender evaluation process, and are confident about the appointment of Stream given their proven track record with major blue chip companies,” he says.

Stream’s managing director Andrew Price says the deal consolidates the company’s steady growth over the last three years, claiming revenues to have increased by over 400 per cent during this period.

“It marks another milestone in Stream’s plan to extend our service offering to the Government sector and deliver measurable savings, innovation and service improvements in line with those that we have been able to achieve for our corporate customers,” Price says.

Stream has confirmed it is responsible for placing over $100 million worth of print every year, and the Centrelink deal represents another addition to its already high-profile range of customers, which includes Westpac, ANZ, Telstra, Buena Vista, Aristocrat Leisure and McDonalds.

Price claims that as a result of the Centrelink deal, as well as other major contracts secured over the last 12 months, its accredited print and service suppliers can look forward to additional opportunities for work in the near future. The Stream Solutions supplier conference will be staged on the Gold Coast this coming weekend.

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