Graphic Products, Inc. Expands Distribution

Press Release
Friday, February 08, 2013

Responding to rapidly increasing international demand for DuraLabel industrial labeling systems, Graphic Products, Inc. has forged a strategic partnership with Australian distributor Complied.


Complied is an Australian-owned company which manufactures and distributes a range of products for workplace compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Regulations. With an aim to offer complete solutions that are tailor-made for each workplace’s requirements, Complied has a number of different products that enable businesses to start the process of compliance at an assessment level, right through to the implementation of safe work practices. A range including OH&S safety management systems, DIY label and sign printers and supplies, pre-printed industrial labels for harsh environments and an extensive range of safety signs allows customers to utilize Complied as a ‘one stop shop’ for compliance and identification purposes.


“We feel that Graphics Products shares common goals and a common vision for the future. We are delighted to partner with them. Introducing new and innovative systems is critical for the ongoing growth of our businesses. Complied is confident in Graphic Product’s capabilities, quality and long term commitment. We are certainly looking forward to a strong and rewarding relationship with such a capable, reliable and creative business,” said Nick Brusasco, CEO, Complied.


“This is a strategic move that will help us extend the benefits of DuraLabel products to more people in Australia and Oceania. These customers will enjoy the convenience of purchasing locally through a customer-focused company like Complied,” said Dave Thomas, Director of Dealer Development, Graphic Products, Inc.

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