Xerox signs big deal with Hummer maker May 2006 – Xerox Corp. has signed a deal with AM General – the maker of the military Humvee and its civilian counterpart, the Hummer – to provide printers and copiers at the automaker’s five locations. Xerox would not disclose the specific value of the contract, saying only that it was a multimillion-dollar deal. The deal includes 100 multifunction systems that print, copy, scan and fax, Xerox said. Several other larger systems were to be scattered throughout the five sites.The automaker’s main print center will install a DocuTech 6135, expected to handle up to 1 million pages a month. And AM General will use Xerox software to connect 95 percent of its new equipment, the companies said.AM General, headquartered in South Bend, Ind., expects to save more than 20 percent a year on document management, Xerox said.