MINNEAPOLIS – Most credit union members only see the printed checks they receive through their credit union, and some may even recognize the names of the largest check printers for credit unions – companies like Liberty, Harland and Clarke American. But few of them – and perhaps even just as few credit union staff – are familiar with the technology companies used by check printers to print the checks.

At a time in the U.S. economy when many businesses are reporting losses and laying employees off, one such technology company-Check Technology-was celebrating not just the start of the new year, but also the outcome of the company's remarkable year of performance in 2001.

This is a rundown of the fourth quarter 2001 showing for Check Technology, a global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced print-production systems for financial, security, forms and commercial printers.

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