Carleton Communications, Inc. - Expands with the acquisition of the assets of American Business Printing
Press release from the issuing company
Mechanicsburg, PA - September 7, 2007 - Carleton Communications, Inc. owned and operated by CMI PrintGraphix, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Corporate Media International, Inc. announced that CMI PrintGraphix, Inc has acquired certain assets and the commercial customers from American Business Printing of New Cumberland, PA. Carleton will be consolidating the equipment and staff at the Carleton production facility in Mechanicsburg, PA.
Carleton's new workflow network will now be able to add thermographic printing to complement its digital, offset and bizhub printing technology combined with direct mail and variable data capabilities
With the new state-of-the-art digital press that uses industry-leading laser imaging and thermal plate technology, Carleton can deliver true four-color, offset printing within hours of the time the customer's digital file arrives at the production facility.
Carleton was established in 1972 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of CMI PrintGraphix, Inc. Carleton is a pioneer in combining printing with direct mail services that have specialized in personalized direct mail marketing and variable data services combined with two or four color offset and digital printing. In addition, Carleton also provides specialized forms printing, fulfillment and postal services. Carleton's motto is: from "Pre-Press to Post Office" we deliver.
Carleton operates multiple digital and offset presses and has a full complement of specialized equipment for mailing, sorting, collating, inserting and finishing. Carleton then delivers the finished product to the post office or directly to the customer via its own trucks.
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