Plum Grove Inc., an award-winning integrated marketing agency, announced its $4M expansion. The 2021 growth plan includes the relocation of its headquarters to Cary, Illinois, and investment in additional print capacity, including the purchase of a Komori Lithrone 6-Color Offset Printing Press. The expansion comes as the company celebrates its 40th year anniversary.
New Cary Headquarters
Construction updates on the 43,000 square-foot facility is expected to be completed in October 2021. Located in McHenry County, the new address at 320 Cary Point Drive in Cary, Illinois, is approximately 30 miles from Chicago O’Hare International Airport and 45 miles from downtown Chicago.
The building will house Plum Grove’s corporate offices, print production, mailing services, trade show displays, sign shop, pick-and-pack operations, digital marketing, and creative services under one roof with capacity for future growth.
New High-Capacity 6-Color Printing Press
To continue delivering cutting-edge marketing innovation at the quality and speed that the market expects, the company has purchased a new Komori Lithrone Six Color Offset Printing Press, model LSX629/C, as well as a Canon Variable Data Print Digital Press. The investment in printing presses and related finishing equipment will make it possible to produce jobs 200% faster and significantly increase capacity.
“Our expansion will streamline operations and increase capacity,” noted Peter Lineal, Plum Grove Inc. founder. “We’ve been helping businesses grow for forty years. Our commitment to best-in-class technology positions us and our clients for continued long-term growth.”
“This is an exciting time for the company! Our expansion allows us to stay competitive while meeting the growing demand for integrated marketing services,” says Kara Lineal, Plum Grove Inc. president and CMO, and second-generation in the family-owned business.
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