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Martin Printing, Krieger-Ragsdale Close Doors

April 24, 2009
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NORTH HAVEN, CT—Martin Printing has shut its doors, leaving more than 30 employees out of work, according to the Hartford Courant. The company's 150,000-square-foot facility and three presses will be auctioned online April 30. The printer lost business from one of its largest clients, ING Direct, which opted to halt all printing until 2010.

A 103-year-old company, Krieger-Ragsdale of Evansville, IN, has ceased operations, according to the Evansville Courier & Press. The company produced pamphlets and brochures, according to the paper.
 

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bobby griffin - Posted on September 20, 2009
We have some of the equipment
Jim Martin - Posted on September 01, 2009
Does anyone know who bought the equipment in the Kreiger Ragsdale plant? They manufactured a little pocket memo pad as a standard item and I have three customers who buy them.

I need to re-source those orders.
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bobby griffin - Posted on September 20, 2009
We have some of the equipment
Jim Martin - Posted on September 01, 2009
Does anyone know who bought the equipment in the Kreiger Ragsdale plant? They manufactured a little pocket memo pad as a standard item and I have three customers who buy them.

I need to re-source those orders.