MAR Graphics has installed a five-color RDP Marathon UV web press to produce direct-mail pieces, jumbo rolls and other print pieces.
Mars Graphic Services
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA—Ted Sherwin, president, and George Schnyder, owner and CEO of IBS Direct, a direct response printing solutions and marketing services firm, announced that the company has purchased selected assets of Berkshire Printing. Greg LaCava, president of Berkshire Printing, joins IBS Direct as sales director.
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA—IBS Direct has purchased substantially all the assets of Imtek LLC, based in Bridgeport, NJ.
With its acquisition of Imtek, IBS Direct has grown from 44 to 120 employees and increased its revenue approximately 110 percent from mid-year 2011. All Imtek employees have been offered positions with IBS Direct in King of Prussia, PA.
Commercial Printing Industry News Briefs from Printing Impressions’ February 2012 edition, including items on Intelligencer Printing, Burton & Mayer, RR Donnelley, BRD Printing, AlphaGraphics, Lehigh Phoenix, Corporate Press and PrintingForLess.com.
IBS Direct, based here, has completed a deal to acquire Mars Graphic Services of Westville, NJ. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. IBS Direct (ranked number 289, with $14.7 million in sales, on the 2010 Printing Impressions 400) offers printing solutions, direct marketing program management, and new marketing technologies to implement and measure its customers' campaigns.
KING OF PRUSSIA, PA—IBS Direct, based here, has completed a deal to acquire Mars Graphic Services of Westville, NJ. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
IBS (#289, with $14.7 million in sales, on the 2010 Printing Impressions 400 ranking) offers high-quality printing solutions, direct marketing program management and new marketing technologies to effectively implement and measure its customers’ campaigns. Mars is a full-service printer with in-line finishing capabilities, as well as heatset and non-heatset web printing expertise.
By Erik Cagle Senior Editor It is virtually impossible to ignore the impact Robert (Bob) Burton had on the printing industry in 2005. Given his relentless pursuit of two companies this past year, it was almost a given that Burton would enter 2006 at the helm of some printing business. But let's not get ahead of ourselves. In the final analysis, 2005 will be viewed as a year marked by triumph, tragedy and transactions, not to mention some unexpected twists and turns. Which fits us to a T. While the news wasn't always positive, a silver lining—a moral or a lesson could usually