Maine Commercial Printer Edison Press Acquires Lincoln Press
SANFORD, Maine - October 20, 2017 - Edison Press of Sanford announced the acquisition of Lincoln Press - an 85-year-old offset and digital printing company - expanding printing, wide-format press, mailing and fulfillment capabilities, and adding tremendous value for employees and customers. The combined companies will operate as Edison Press.
Commenting on the acquisition, Joe Rosenfield, president of Edison Press, said, "When people get together, great things can happen. Relationships flourish, and business improves. Our acquisition of Lincoln Press and its client base will expand our print-production capabilities, and help solidify Edison as the largest commercial printer in Southern Maine.
Since 1978, Edison Press has delivered innovative and creative print, production, and fulfillment services. Lincoln Press has delivered short-run sheet printing, digital and large-format production since 1932.
Also commenting on the acquisition, Jay Van Tassel of Lincoln Press, relayed: "We celebrate a new milestone as we formally join the Edison family. Our alignment with Edison Press will create tremendous value for our companies, our employees, and loyal customers. Together, we will draw on our decades of experience to push the company forward with technology, innovation and experience.”
The firms will merge business operations in the coming weeks, with the combined company operating under the Edison Press brand. The offices will remain in Sanford at Edison headquarters.
“We will work with our management team for a smooth transition to a single company," noted Rosenfield. "Our employees have been the backbone of our success, and we're excited to add the talent, experience and capabilities of Lincoln Press to the Edison team."
The combined companies will consolidate in mid-October and continue to operate as Edison Press.
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