The Target Report looks at some of the more recent merger and acquisitions, along with a summary of equipment manufacturing deals.
Bang Printing of Brainerd, MN, and its subsidiaries have entered into an agreement to buy substantially all of the assets associated with Victor Graphics of Baltimore. This sale will allow Bang Printing and Victor Graphics to combine their existing capabilities and provide customers with a more diversified suite of products and services.
Victor Graphics, a family-owned book manufacturer and printing company, is on the hunt for a partner, investor or buyer.
In a 2008 Baltimore Business Journal article about industry mergers, Victor Graphics CEO Thomas H. Hicks said demand had decreased. "The industry will continue to get smaller. It's hard to get skilled people to run equipment, as well."
Victor Graphics’ revenue has been as high as $24 million, and the listing indicates its gross income is $12 million currently, according to BizBuySell.
BALTIMORE—Equity Partners CRB has been retained by Victor Graphics to find a partner, investor or buyer for the family-owned, full-service book manufacturer and printing company.
Victor Graphics in Baltimore, has retained Equity Partners CRB to find a partner, investor, or buyer for the family-owned, full-service book manufacturer and printing company. Matt LoCascio, a managing director at Equity Partners, relayed that “Victor Graphics is well positioned for the future with a seasoned management team and solid workforce. Given the industry dynamics, I applaud ownership’s decision to proactively explore strategic options for the business. They are looking forward to another 30 years of continued service and success.”
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ June 2012 edition.
Commercial printer company and personnel news from Printing Impressions' October 2010 edition.
Commercial Printing News from Printing Impressions' May 2010 edition, including items on Colour 101 and F.P. Horak.