R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company announced the opening of its newest Global Outsourcing facility. RR Donnelley will occupy 55,000 square feet at the Acropolis Building located in the heart of Chennai at Radha Krishnan Salai, Mylapore.
R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company (NYSE:RRD) today announced the opening of its newest Global Outsourcing facility. RR Donnelley will occupy 55,000 square feet at the Acropolis Building located in the heart of Chennai at Radha Krishnan Salai, Mylapore. In Chennai, RR Donnelley also has offices at Anna Nagar, Mount Road and Abhiramapuram. With this facility, RR Donnelley expects to add a number of professionals to its global workforce. The company has approximately 65,000 employees worldwide.
“We are excited about our expansion in Chennai. New client engagements along with the growth of existing client relationships have driven the need for this expansion,” said Kiran Shankar, Managing Director, RR Donnelley's Global Outsourcing- Asia Operations. “RR Donnelley’s growth in Asia continues; just last September we acquired 41,000 sq. feet of space at Technopark for our second facility in Trivandrum, India.”
Mr. Amarnath Reddy, Owner of the Acropolis Building, said “Chennai ranks amongst the Top 15 best cities in the world for emerging outsourcing and IT destinations. We are delighted that RR Donnelley has chosen to expand its operations here at Acropolis, a state-of-the art facility in the heart of the city."
RR Donnelley’s global outsourcing offering provides judgment-based professional support services and industry-focused solutions, including legal services, financial management services, premedia services, transaction processing and real estate services. Clients include Fortune 1000 companies, professional service organizations and financial services firms across Europe and the United States.
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