Metzgers Inc.

The Week That Was With Julie G (11/09/2015)
November 13, 2015 at 3:51 pm

This week Julie Greenbaum highlights industry news from Metzgers Printing and Mailing, the 2015 SGIA Expo, Goss International, the Mittera Group, Printing Industries of America and Rochester Institute of Technology, and Instantprint.

The Week That Was With Julie G (03/2/2015)
March 6, 2015 at 2:55 pm

This week Julie Greenbaum highlights major industry news from the 10th annual Dscoop event for HP digital print users which opened yesterday in Washington DC, with product announcements from HP and Dscoop Platinum sponsor Scodix. Other major announcements this week came from FLM Graphics, Paravista Inc., AmeriComm, Teagle & Little, Cimpress, Heidelberg, Metzgers Printing + Mailing, Apex Color, RYOBI MHI, Direct Edge Media, SG360°, and Diversified Graphic Machinery.

Across the Nation
January 1, 2015

Commercial printer equipment installations and other news from Printing Impressions’ January 2015 edition.

Joe Metzger, 50, Loses Battle With Cancer
May 9, 2014

TOLEDO, OH—Joe Metzger, 50, president of Metzgers, passed away Monday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, according to the Toledo Blade. He was diagnosed with colon cancer in November of 2011.

Joseph Metzger, President of Metzgers, Passes at Age 50
May 7, 2014

Joseph J. Metzger, 50, who focused on growth by diversifying the typesetting business his father founded, died Monday in Hospice of Northwest Ohio, South Detroit Avenue. He learned he had colon cancer in November, 2011.

Metzger was president (of Metzgers) and with his brother, Tom—the COO—a co-owner. He was inducted into the 2010 Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame.

“We were best partners, best friends, best brothers,” his brother said. “We just read each other so well and did everything so well. He was so outgoing, and I’m the inside guy, the operations guy, and we met in the middle all

Metzgers Announces Four Promotions as Joe Metzger Takes Leave of Absence
December 16, 2011

Joe Metzger announced that he will step down as president of Metzgers while he begins a battle with cancer. He plans be on leave from the company for two months and fully expects to return to Metzgers in a reduced capacity to help the leadership team continue to grow, strengthen and improve the company.