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Harland Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Puerto Rico Facility
December 13, 2002
ATLANTA, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- John H. Harland Company (NYSE: JH) will celebrate its 80th anniversary in 2003 but reached an important milestone in 2002: the 30th anniversary of its production facility in Puerto Rico.
Harland opened the facility in Gurabo, Puerto Rico, in 1972. Today, the facility's 54 employees produce more than nine million check orders each year to financial institutions in Puerto Rico and throughout the Caribbean, including the United States Virgin Island and the British Virgin Islands.
Harland is the only check printer to have a production facility in the Caribbean, a fact that has helped it capture more than 85 percent of the financial institution market in the region.
"We understand the needs of our financial institution customers in the Caribbean because we are in the Caribbean," said Bill Anderson, senior vice president of operations for Harland Printed Products. "We are committed to the region and to helping our customers strengthen relationships with their customers.
According to Anderson, that commitment extends to a bilingual checks selections catalog for the Puerto Rico market, as well as other training and support collateral.
Atlanta-based John H. Harland Company (www.harland.net) is a leading provider of software and printed products to the financial and educational markets. Harland Financial Solutions, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary (www.harlandfinancialsolutions.com), supplies software and services, including customer relationship management, deposit and loan origination, core systems and mortgage services to thousands of financial institutions of all sizes. Harland's printed products offerings include checks, direct marketing and financial forms. Scantron Corporation (www.scantron.com), a wholly owned subsidiary, is a leading provider of software services and systems for the collection, management and interpretation of data to the financial, commercial and educational markets.