Royle Printing recently announced that Todd Kintopf is joining Royle Printing as manager of mailing and distribution services. In this role, Kintopf will oversee all aspects of mailing and distribution, both of which play a critical role for Royle and their customers.

“We are very pleased to have Todd join our team,” said Chris Carpenter, President and Owner of Royle Printing. “His experience and tenure in mail and distribution services will be put to good use as Royle grows and expands our service offering in these areas. We are continuing to invest in equipment, technology and partnerships, to provide customers with highly efficient and cost effective solutions. Todd will play a lead role in helping us fulfill this plan.”

Kintopf is a well-known resource within the distribution and mailing industry and brings over 33 years of experience to Royle Printing. He has been with Perry Judds, Arandell Corporation and most recently; he worked with LSC Communications, Inc. where he played a key role in organizing and executing mailing strategies that optimized co-mail results for customers.

“Royle’s leadership and financial strength puts them in an excellent position for growth,” Kintopf said. “I am excited to lead the efforts to expand and enhance their mailing and distribution capabilities, including a more robust and efficient co-mail platform.

Royle Printing, headquartered at 745 S. Bird St., is an independently owned and managed printing company specializing in high quality graphic and distribution services serving the needs of publishers, catalogers and corporate partners for 70 years with a brand built on integrity and ingenuity.

For more information, email info@royle.com or visit the Royle Printing website at royle.com.

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