Lexmark International, Inc. is a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of printing solutions including laser and inkjet printers. The company was launched in 1991 (it was formerly a division of IBM) and is now a $5.3 billion enterprise.

Lexmark's long-term growth prospects are fueled by several market and industry trends, including rapid expansion in emerging markets such as Latin America and Asia Pacific, the explosion of color printing in the office, and the impact of the Internet as a vehicle for commerce and a catalyst for increased printing trends.

Unlike some of its competitors, Lexmark develops and owns the technology inside its products, giving the company a competitive edge and allowing the company to reduce research and development time between product introductions. This also allows for the timely integration of customer input into product design and development.

Bath has participated in the design and construction of several projects for Lexmark in Mexico. Bath's role included design, procurement, commissioning, troubleshooting, and construction management.

[Note: The information above is based on a news release issued by Lexmark.]