FAST TRACK FIRMS -- Sailing Against the Wind
Integria has also been busy adding pressroom capacity with the installation of a 40˝ Heidelberg Speedmaster CD 102 offset press, a Heidelberg NexPress 2100 color digital press and a Heidelberg Digimaster 9110 digital printer.
The company plans to diversify into complementary, value-added services, strategic acquisitions and partnerships, and will continue to modernize and automate its manufacturing equipment and workflow.
SOURCECORP Printing & Direct Mail Solutions
2003 Ranking: 285
Most Recent Fiscal Year Sales: $18.48M
Previous Fiscal Year Sales: $14.33M
A national printer with plants in Oklahoma and California, SOURCECORP serves non-profits, financial and direct mail clientele. "The ability to produce custom designed, custom manufactured product is our strength," states Jeff Pelcher, president.
Digital proofing is a new wrinkle for SOURCECORP, and future equipment additions and enhancements include direct-to-plate, laser printing and personalization. The company also plans to restructure its customer service department by adding account managers, along with expanding products and services. In addition, a GATF internal audit was completed recently to identify areas where efficiencies and enhancement of the quality control process can be improved.
Most Recent Fiscal Year Sales: $286.9M
Previous Fiscal Year Sales: $186.9M
Sure, A lion's share of the Allegra Network's growth can be attributed to its acquisition of the Insty-Prints franchise (210 locations) in 2002, boosting the Allegra family to more than 500 facilities.
According to Darryl Brown, vice president of development, the network installed nine Heidelberg presses in the past year alone, along with 25 imagesetters and 150 digital copiers.
Allegra is an active player on the acquisition front, targeting independent printers in geographical areas to increase its presence in the marketplace. It also acquires assets including customer accounts of independent printers and consolidates them into existing locations.
Great Lakes Companies