Franklin/Trade Graphics Changes Name To Franklin Communications, LLC
Press release from the issuing company
MIAMI, FLORIDA - December 18, 2006 - Franklin/Trade Graphics announced today that it has changed its name to FRANKLIN COMMUNICATIONS, LLC. Peter J. Dunne, President of the Company, stated that the new name better represented the expanded capabilities of the Company. Over a period of several years the Company added fulfillment and mailing services to the services it provided. During the current year Franklin Communications entered the digital printing and variable data market with the addition of a Xerox iGen3 110 and booklet maker. In May of this year the Company significantly expanded its mailing and data processing services with the acquisition of Direct Mail Advertising Corp (DMAC), which had been in business in south Florida since 1965. Mr. Dunne also stated that the Company had recently added off line UV coating to the pressroom and upgraded its perfect binding capacity.
Franklin Communications offers design services, state of the art pre-press and platemaking, sheetfed and non-heatset web printing, and a full compliment of bindery services. Franklin additionally offers web-based ordering and fulfillment systems, database services, and customer access to current and historical job data. "We feel we provide a complimentary offering of communication services to our customers," said Dunne. "We are a single source provider of graphic communications for many of our customers."
Franklin Communications, LLC won the most awards for printing excellence among large printers at the 2006 Printing Association of Florida awards competition for the eighth consecutive year. Among the awards were three "Flamingo" trophies for Best Poster, Best of Show, and the "Golden Flamingo" for winning the most "Best of Category" awards. Most recently Franklin was one of thirty five companies internationally that won a "Best Workplace in the Americas" award from the Printing Industries of America.
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