The DOT Printer Acquires Page One Digital
IRVINE, CA--September 17, 2008--With 35% of printed materials thrown away, advertisers seeking more intimate ways of connecting with customers, and people ever more sensitive to their environment, it's unsurprising that the printing industry is embracing digital technology in new exciting ways. At the forefront of that trend is a 28 year old Irvine, California printing company, The DOT Printer. The "DOT" stands for "digital offset technology" and that differentiation was underscored today when, Bruce Carson, President/CEO announced the acquisition of Costa Mesa, California based Page One Digital.This acquisition, its first in ten years, operationally focuses The DOT Printer on the fast response, smaller runs enabled by digital technology. . .the heart of Page One Digital's customer list. Page One Digital enjoys an outstanding reputation for quality digital printing and expertise in variable data marketing.
The DOT Printer will offer Page One Digital clients the one stop, comprehensive services previously unavailable to them from a single resource such as fulfillment, information technology and website development, plus enhanced variable data, print on demand with Hewlett Packard Indigo digital presses, and sheet fed litho and web press options.
Mark Hutchins, Page One Digital founder, will stay on to service his clients as Vice President, Sales & Business Development, of The DOT Printer.
The DOT Printer has grown steadily since its founding in 1980, utilizing digital offset technology to provide broad graphics services for clients seeking quality printing, finishing, fulfillment and digitally enabled one-to-one marketing capabilities. The company is headquartered in Irvine, California with facilities in Santa Ana, Costa Mesa and Irvine, California and Las Vegas, Nevada. It has 200 full-time employees.