Detroit Businessman Buys Wintor-Swan

In recent months, Wintor-Swan has printed jobs that included a national atlas for National Geographic magazine, and both General Motors’ and Kmart’s annual reports. Particular effort has gone into developing larger relationships with both General Motors and Comerica.

“Because of the excellent quality the company is known for, we believe an expanded marketing effort will produce a steady rise in sales,” Clark asserts. “By continuing to understand what is going on right now within the printing industry, and by staying mindful of how and where the market is changing, Wintor-Swan has a strong future ahead.”

Under the terms of the purchase agreement, both Swantek and Whitton are to remain with the company in an advisory capacity for two years. Swantek commented on the latest change by stating, “We are pleased that a business man with Elbert Clark’s experience is taking over the company. His extensive experience in analyzing businesses should give him a solid background with which to begin his ownership of Wintor-Swan.”

By A. L. Ruslavage

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