Greystone Graphics Prepares to Sell Printing Presses After Shutdown
The Kansas City, KS, company closed its doors on Feb. 4 after searching for a merger partner for some time. Printing jobs were evaporating or going overseas, especially to China, Greystone General Manager Jim Lloyd said. The company employed about 40 when it closed, Lloyd said. It had about 110 workers in 2002, when Coleridge Fine Arts of Dublin bought out the printer.
Lloyd is wrapping things up by collecting receivables and arranging for the sale of equipment, he said. Customers are being referred to other companies, including Quest Graphics in St. Louis and Spangler Graphics in Kansas City