The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) will relocate its headquarters to East Rutherford, NJ, this week, with the transition expected to be completed by Monday, May 2. The new headquarters site, in state-of-the-art offices on the 15th floor of the Metropolitan Center at Meadowlands Plaza, is at the hub of the area's transportation complex, offering direct and convenient access for NAPL members, clients, and visitors.
"Our new headquarters offices are ideally located for meeting with members and clients who wish to take advantage of our services," said Dr. Joseph Truncale, NAPL president and CEO, "and they house modern technology equipment that will help support these meetings, as well as our growing programs in membership, information outreach, research, communications, and publications."
As of May 2, NAPL's new address is One Meadowlands Plaza, Suite 1511, East Rutherford, NJ, 07073. All phone and fax numbers, including its toll-free line (800-642-6275), remain the same.
"When we moved to our Paramus facility 13 years ago, our entire staff was centralized in one building," said Dr. Truncale. "Today, we have a number of staff members working in remote offices around the country. Since the new offices have been configured for our current operations and present headquarters staffing, they will facilitate a more effective and efficient workflow, enabling us to serve our members and clients even better going forward."
The new headquarters suite includes two conference rooms, and NAPL also has access to the Metropolitan Center's modern shared conference facility, where larger groups, such as the NAPL Board, may meet comfortably and take advantage of the latest teleconferencing technology. An on-site cafeteria, as well as two restaurants and a Starbucks coffee shop in the Sheraton Hotel, within easy walking distance, provide a variety of dining amenities for visitors and staff.
In addition, the Metropolitan Center shuttle offers frequent transportation on a regular schedule to local area restaurants, attractions and transportation facilities, including the nearby Secaucus Junction, where travelers may easily make rail connections to Manhattan.
"This move is in the best interests of our members and business advisory services clients, making it easier for them to reach us, and enabling us to concentrate our resources on delivering services, products, and programs that will help them manage their businesses more effectively and more profitably," said Dr. Truncale. "We invite all our members and clients to visit us whenever they are in the area so that they may see our new facility and meet our staff."