PDF Print Communications to Acquire Madison Forms
PDF Print Communications, Signal Hill, Calif., has entered into an agreement to acquire certain assets of Madison Forms Corporation, Madison, Wis. The closing of the transaction is anticipated to occur on April 1, 2018, and is conditioned upon the receipt of all necessary government approvals, financing and PDF Print Communications’ completion of its due diligence investigation of Madison Forms Corporation.
“We are delighted to announce this acquisition as an expansion of our footprint into the Midwest,” said Kevin Mullaney, president of PDF Print Communications. “We have many distributors currently based in that region that use PDF Print Communications only for their West Coast end-user customers. They love doing business with us and we fully expect they will follow us to Madison Forms. [It] is a great company with strong leadership in John Shannon, and we intend to make minimal changes to the operation. Madison Forms will retain its name and be a division of PDF Print Communications.”
“We are very excited about a becoming part of the PDF Print Communications network,” said John Shannon, general manager of Madison Forms. “The acquisition brings together two very strong companies that share common values and a ‘whatever-it-takes’ attitude to bring value to our distributors.
“Kevin and I have identified our operating strengths and the components within both organizations that we can optimize,” he continued. “Additionally, the combined manufacturing platform expands our geographical footprint significantly. Certainly, for Madison Forms, this move provides our employees with far greater bench strength and resources than we had as a standalone operation.”
Print distributor principals who might be interested in learning more about this new relationship may contact Kevin Mullaney by phone at (800) 352-7522, ext. 108, or via email at email@example.com; or John Shannon by phone at (800) 232-8327, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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