Colorfx Obtains Capitol City

DES MOINES, IA—Colorfx announced its acquisition of fellow Des Moines-based printer Capitol City Graphics. Backed by a 26-year history, Capitol City’s operation will join with Colorfx to offer customers enhanced marketing solutions and access to a more robust printing platform. Combined annual sales of the merged organizations will be approximately $90 million, with approximately 550 employees operating in five facilities throughout Iowa.

Quad Shuttering Iowa Facility

SUSSEX, WI—Quad/Graphics will close its plant in Dubuque, IA, by early March, leaving more than 200 employees without work, several sources reported. The plant has changed ownership several times since it opened in 1949. Quad/Graphics obtained the facility in 2010.

New Wide-Format for Impact

ELMHURST, IL—Digital print provider Impact Color has taken delivery of a new HP L26500 wide-format latex printer. John Schleich, president of Impact Color, said the HP printer was chosen to provide its customers with the highest possible print quality, fast project turnarounds, print longevity and an eco-friendly alternative to solvent printing.

Toof Commercial Swings Deal

MEMPHIS, TN—Toof Commercial Printing, a firm that traces its roots back to the Civil War era, has consummated a deal for American Digital, The Commercial Appeal reported. Terms of the transaction were not revealed. American Digital will operate as a division of Toof, retaining its individual brand, but will transfer its 17 employees to Toof’s headquarters. Kim Webb, owner of American Digital, will serve as president of that division.

RRD Closing Wisconsin Plant

CHICAGO—RR Donnelley (RRD) is shutting down its printing facility in Greenville, WI (near Appleton). The closure, which will impact 47 workers, is slated to take place at the end of April, the Green Bay Press Gazette reported. According to the newspaper, RR Donnelley filed a WARN notice with the state Department of Workforce Development. The company cited changing market conditions as being behind its decision.

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