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DS Graphics Acquires Universal Wilde

Monday, January 06, 2020

Press release from the issuing company

Customers and employees expect nothing but improvements

Lowell, Mass. – DS Graphics and Universal Wilde are excited to announce that DS Graphics has acquired Universal Wilde.

“Our goal is to enhance the services that the customers of both DS Graphics and Universal Wilde enjoy.”, stated Jeff Pallis, President & CEO of DS Graphics who will lead the new entity. “Both DS Graphics and Universal Wilde have a long history of successfully combining companies that has resulted in improvements for both customers and employees. We share common values of delivering exceptional service to our customers, investing in innovative solutions and providing opportunities for our employees to enhance their lives and careers.”

Stephen Flood, CEO of Universal Wilde added, “We couldn’t be happier with the result. DS Graphics has shown a genuine interest in caring for the customers and employees of Universal Wilde and the entire team is excited about the future. We have taken great care in making sure that the current relationships that both companies have will only improve.” Flood will be staying on to lead the Universal Wilde team.

DS Graphics is based in Lowell, MA and offers a wide range of marketing communications services including offset printing, digital printing, mailing, fulfillment, creative services, web services, digital marketing and promotional products.

Universal Wilde has facilities in Westwood and Rockland, MA and adds color web printing, specialty finishing, SOC2 and HIPAA compliant workflows as well as other technologies to the combined entity.

Universal Wilde will remain as a wholly owned subsidiary. The Lowell, Westwood and Rockland facilities will continue to operate while a facility plan is finalized that considers the requirements of all customers and employees.


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