Southwest Offset Printing
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GARDENA, CA—Southwest Offset Printing (SOP) has formed a strategic alliance with two regional print partners—Freeport Press of Freeport, OH, and Democrat Printing & Lithography of Little Rock, AR—to manufacture the inaugural issue of Help Me Rent Magazine (HMRM), which launches in 32 cities in July. The agreement also provides an enhanced platform for each company to build a national account presence.
Southwest Offset Printing is joining forces with Freeport Press of Freeport, OH, and Democrat Printing & Lithography of Little Rock, AK, to build a national account presence and manufacture the inaugural issue of Help Me Rent Magazine, which launches in 32 cities in July.
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It is adding a SLS3000 XL12-into-2 inserting line to support production of a wide range of daily, weekly and monthly publications, catalogs and brochures.
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It has signed a long-term contract with Gannett, Inc.’s USA Today unit to provide print manufacturing services for the publication’s Northern California edition
SAN JOSE, CA—Southwest Offset Printing has signed a 10-year lease that will see it relocate from Redwood City, CA, to a 68,502-square-foot facility here, the San Jose Business Journal reported. The site was chosen to take advantage of various tax credits and deductions offered in the city's Enterprise Zone program. Southwest Offset, which employs about 100 people, plans to expand its roster by about 15 staff positions, according to the Business Journal. The company specializes in four-color printing of brochures, publications and catalogs.