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Pemcor, Inc. Acquires Steckel Printing, Inc.

Thursday, November 01, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, October 29, 2001— Pemcor, Inc. announced the acquisition on October 25, of Steckel Printing Inc. located in Lancaster, PA. With the Steckel acquisition, Pemcor, an established regional leader in direct mail printing and fulfillment, strengthens its marketplace position as a full-service, single-source commercial printer with many house offerings under its control. In adding the 50,000 square-foot Lancaster operations, Pemcor gains an additional high quality printing operation with complete electronic prepress and bindery, three Heidelberg Speedmaster presses and an Akiyama HA-40 press. Will McGrorty, a former Steckel Sales Representative and now a part of the Pemcor Management Team, sees the added capabilities as a win-win for existing Pemcor customers, long-time Steckel clients and for printing and graphics customers throughout the regional market. "With our family-based business values, technical expertise and strong financial position, we can continue to offer our customers the excellent, cost-effective service that has built our business. And now, we also can expand the range of commercial printing options and services to meet completely all of their needs." The Steckel acquisition, coupled with the acquisition last year of the former Sowers Printing Co. of Lebanon, Pa., and Pemcor’s established leadership in direct mail/fulfillment, positions Pemcor as a major player in the regional printing marketplace. Pemcor Inc., is a family-owned, full-service commercial printing firm based in Conshohocken, PA with facilities in Lebanon and in Lancaster, PA.

 

 

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