EAST GREENWICH, R.I.- April 5, 2018 - Meridian Printing, a Rhode Island-based premiere quality printing company, is being joined by Barrington Printing, a family owned and operated full-service commercial printing and mailing company. With this union, Meridian will enhance its industry leading digital and offset commercial printing, and its innovative technologies that bring software as a service [SaaS] to your printing experience, making it faster and increasing value. With the addition of Barrington Printing’s experience and services, Meridian will now also be able to provide in-house mail services, and fulfillment and kitting. These additions will allow Meridian to better service its nation-wide, high-profile and wide-ranging client base in commercial, schools and universities, and the museum and gallery markets.
"We are excited to have Barrington Printing join the Meridian family,” said Meridian Printing owner, Bob Nangle. “Barrington Printing has a spotless reputation in the industry and brings a host of offerings that enhance Meridian’s services.”
Meridian Printing and Barrington Printing bring to the table nearly 80 combined years of growth on parallel but separate paths. Since being founded in 1978, Meridian has garnered numerous industry awards that include the prestigious Benjamin Franklin and Sappi North American Printer of the Year awards. They have also serviced high-profile clients that include RISD, The Smithsonian Institution, Fidelity Investments, The Hinckley Company, and Mitchells|Richards. Meridian Printing and Barrington Printing are now one - creating a powerful and remarkable firm, unparalleled in the North East printing industry.
"As a family business, since our inception in 1981, Keith and I are incredibly proud and excited to join forces with Meridian Printing,” said Barrington Printing founder, Barry Couto. “They are true leaders in the field with unmatched technology and superior quality."
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