CFC Print Solutions & Datagraphic Combine to Create Printegra at i2002 Expo
Press release from the issuing company
Peachtree City, GA -- October 2002 -- DMIA’s i2002 Print Solutions Expo in Chicago on October 16th will mark the official launch of Printegra. The new company created by the merger of CFC Print Solutions and Datagraphic will consist of over 800 employees with manufacturing locations across the nation. The name Printegra was chosen because it represents the company’s focus on printing, technology and integrity. Former CFC President, Casey Campbell, will become President and CEO of Printegra. Former Datagraphic President, John Staniforth, will become Executive VP & COO. Corporate headquarters will be consolidated into one location in Peachtree City, GA.
In addition to traditional short run business forms, checks and integrated card and label products; Printegra offers distributors a source for high quality, custom prime labels from Printegra Label & Design.
Although the company will begin operating under one name in October, Printegra expects it will be approximately 6 months before both companies can begin operating under one common manufacturing process. Until then, current CFC Print Solutions and Datagraphic customers can expect business as usual from the respective companies.
Printegra’s innovative and distributor-focused website, printegra.com, will also be launched October 16th. For more information concerning the merger and Printegra’s products and services please call 800-422-6070, visit us at booth #425 at DMIA’s i2002 Expo or go to cfconline.net or datagraphic.com. For more information on DMIA’s Print Solutions Expo, go to www.dmia.org.
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