Merger Creates Rocky Mountain Power

DENVER—They don’t have a name, but the purpose is clear: to become one of the largest providers of commercial offset and digital printing services in the West.

In perhaps the single-largest deal—in terms of the number of companies involved—to start the 21st century, a merger has taken place between A.B. Hirschfeld Press, National Printing and Packaging, C&M Press and OSI6. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, and a new name has not been chosen.

All of the companies are either commercial printing and package printing specialists—C&M Press is a digital printing operation—with the exception of OSI6, a software and fulfillment entity. They have combined annual revenues of about $40 million.

A. Barry Hirschfeld, third generation president of his family’s business, will be the chairman of the board for the new entity. Richard Stein, chairman of National Printing and Packaging, will be the CEO, while C&M Press President Rob Malkin assumes the role of COO. Brett Birky, president of National Printing and Packaging, will assume the same post within the new organization.

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