The Sheridan Group Consolidating Publication Plants

HUNT VALLEY, MD—Jan. 21, 2011—The Sheridan Group announced plans to consolidate the printing operations of two of its subsidiary publications businesses into a single facility. The printing operations of United Litho located in Ashburn, VA, will be consolidated into Dartmouth Printing’s facility in Hanover, NH. The resulting efficiencies, combined with on-going investments in new technologies across all aspects of its business, will enable The Sheridan Group to continue to provide its customers increasing levels of quality and service.

Sales and customer service staff will continue to operate in the Dulles/Ashburn, VA area to support customers. The company will provide both financial and job placement assistance to displaced United Litho employees during the production transition.

According to the Washington Business Journal, 80 jobs will be eliminated as a result.

About Dartmouth Printing
Dartmouth Printing Co. is a web printer of magazines and journals for publishers and associations, with a full complement of print, publishing and technology solutions. DPC has operated in New Hampshire since 1843. The company is one of six printing and publishing services companies within The Sheridan Group, which is headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland.

About United Litho, Inc.

United Litho, established in 1970, is a short-run magazine printing specialist, serving special-interest and association publishers. United Litho, Inc. is located in Ashburn, Virginia.

About The Sheridan Group
Located in Hunt Valley, MD, The Sheridan Group is comprised of six print and publishing service companies based in the United States: The Sheridan Press, Dartmouth Printing Company, Dartmouth Journal Services, United Litho, The Dingley Press, and Sheridan Books. Each company has a market specialty – scholarly journals, magazines, catalogs, or books. The Sheridan Group is a leading provider of a full range of print, publishing and technology solutions to publishers, associations, university presses, and catalogers.

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