Universal Products named Nautique’s 2018 Supplier of the Year

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Universal Products Inc. has been named Nautique’s 2018 Supplier of the Year. The company said in a statement that this year was the first in which Nautique formally recognized supplier performance. Nautique said it excelled in evaluation totals in the fields of quality, service, lead-time delivery, cost and product development.

“This award was earned on the hard work and efforts of the entire UPI Team and the dedicated partnership we have with Nautique Boats,” said Randy Morriss, UPI president, in the statement. “Year after year we focus on the importance of doing our best to support our customers and being recognized for those efforts is deeply gratifying.”

UPI manufactures pressure-sensitive graphic products, which include screen-printing, flexographic label printing, digital printing, doming and dimensional badging manufacturing processes. Morriss said the company continues to focus on providing superior print quality and accuracy, with a commitment to collaborate in advancing marine products, services and technologies.

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