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Edward Hine Co. Reportedly Closing its Doors

March 11, 2011
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PEORIA, IL—Edward Hine Co., which specializes in sheetfed, direct imaging and stochastic printing, is permanently closing after more than 130 years in business, according to WMBD-TV 43. The printer had witnessed a decline in demand for traditional commercial printing, the station reported.

No closure date was announced. Edward Hine Co. served customers in the corporate, educational, insurance and retail sectors, according to its Website. It was founded in 1880 and offered prepress and binding/finishing services, as well.
 
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hoothydog - Posted on March 12, 2011
Edward Hine failed due to clueless upper management and sales decisions for too many years. Absentee ownership and nepotism also were a large part of the failure. I feel sorry for the employees who have to bare the brunt of this ineptness.
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hoothydog - Posted on March 12, 2011
Edward Hine failed due to clueless upper management and sales decisions for too many years. Absentee ownership and nepotism also were a large part of the failure. I feel sorry for the employees who have to bare the brunt of this ineptness.