Consolidated Graphics Announces Acquisition of Carqueville Graphics
Press release from the issuing company
HOUSTON--Feb. 7, 2002--Consolidated Graphics has acquired the assets of Carqueville Graphics located in Streamwood, Illinois.
Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
"Carqueville Graphics continues our acquisition strategy and expands our Midwest presence with the addition of one of Chicago's top sheet-fed printers,'' commented Joe R. Davis, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Consolidated Graphics.
"Founded in 1864, the company is one of the oldest and most respected printers in the Chicago marketplace,'' stated Charles F. White, President and Chief Operating Officer. "Its large format printing capabilities uniquely position Carqueville Graphics in the Chicago market and we look forward to leveraging their resources. We are pleased to welcome Carqueville Graphics to the Consolidated Graphics organization.''
Consolidated Graphics, Inc. is the largest sheet-fed and half-web commercial printing company in the United States. Through its network of printing companies in 25 states, the Company produces high-quality customized printed materials for a broad customer base that includes many of the most recognized companies in the country. Consolidated Graphics also offers an extensive and growing range of digital and Internet-based services and solutions marketed through CGXmedia. Consolidated Graphics is focused on adding value to its operating companies by providing financial and operational strengths, management support and technological advantages associated with a national organization. For more information, visit the Company's Web site at www.consolidatedgraphics.com.
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