Plans Include Expanding the Orlando Operation
Orlando, FL/Clifton, NJ – Designers’ Press, the foremost commercial printing company in Orlando, and Sandy Alexander, a leader in integrated multi-channel communication solutions, announced today that they have joined forces. Designers’ owners, Dave Simons, President and CEO, and Dan Wolfe, VP Operations, will continue to lead and expand the footprint of their Orlando manufacturing facility. For over 27 years, Designers' Press has successfully served the Orlando market and key hospitality market segments. The company's capabilities complement Sandy Alexander’s current platform, which serves customers in pharmaceutical/health, beauty/cosmetics, fashion/retail, and automotive industries, and expands its presence in new markets.
Sandy Alexander President and CEO Michael Graff stated, "Designers' Press and Dinetec, which we acquired just last week, are important new members of the Sandy family. Both companies bring unique capabilities to our current platform.” Graff continued, “We plan to expand our presence and our commitment to the greater Orlando business community by immediately investing in new equipment and creating employment opportunities. Designers' has an outstanding reputation for service and quality that they have cultivated over many years. Their manufacturing operation and approach to business are a perfect complement to Sandy's platform and ‘customer first’ philosophy."
Simons commented, "We’re very excited to join Sandy Alexander and expand our platform offerings for our key markets and their customers. Sandy's capabilities and technologies will allow us to better serve our customers as we evolve and expand into new markets."
Wolfe added, “The combination of Sandy Alexander and Designers’ Press will create the optimal expansion of turnkey print solutions, providing clients with convenient, cost-effective methods to support their marketing strategies.”
John Glick, who leads Dinetec, stated, "Sandy, Dinetec, and Designers' combined are a powerhouse of technology, bringing higher quality service and innovation to the restaurant industry.” Glick added, “Having a high-quality manufacturing site for sheetfed, digital, and wide format in the Orlando area is extremely beneficial.”