Downingtown, Pennsylvania-based Rite Envelope & Graphics has acquired the assets of EnvelopeAmerica, LLC, Boothwyn, Pa., for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition will allow Rite Envelope to expand operations in the Delaware Valley markets by installing additional equipment and bringing more jobs into the Chester County area.
A little change never hurt anyone. With that in mind, this year’s big show promises a change of pace, a change of scenery and a change in demand. The newly revamped PSDA (formerly DMIA) will host its annual Print Solutions Conference and Exposition on Oct. 23-25 at the Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. This year’s featured general session keynote speaker will be Charlie Pesko, founder and president of InfoTrends, a leading market research and consulting firm in the digital imaging and document solutions industries. Technological advances and refined marketing strategies are just some of the issues gaining momentum in a slowing economy. To encourage print
Beth Ann Scullin, EnvelopeAmerica, New Castle, Del., was recently promoted to the manufacturer representative position at sister company FileAmerica, Fordyce, Ark. In her new roll, Scullin will work to produce new business and maintain current relationships in the northeast territory. She will be based in New Castle. Megan Kradzinski, sales representative at EnvelopeAmerica, will assume Scullin’s current responsibilities. For more information, call EnvelopeAmerica at (302) 778-0220 or FileAmerica at (800) 445-9345.
FileAmerica, Fordyce, Ark., recently appointed John Bunton as general manager. Previously with Keystone Automotive, Pomona, Calif., Bunton brings with him a wealth of experience in custom manufacturing and a strong commitment to customer service, according to Mark Monahan, president of FileAmerica and sister company EnvelopeAmerica, New Castle, Del. For more information, visit www.fileamerica.com.
Trade printer EnvelopeAmerica, New Castle, Del., and sister company FileAmerica, Fordyce, Ark., will begin producing file products and envelope/letterhead printing at both locations, effective April 2005. Together, the two companies will service the trade on a national scale. "Our file customers are a great fit for our envelope products, and our envelope customers are always looking for unique, profitable products to sell," said Mark Monahan, president of EnvelopeAmerica. "The joining of the two companies will prove beneficial to our customers." In other company news, EnvelopeAmerica now offers complimentary seminars to help sales representatives and customer service representatives better understand the printing industry
FileAmerica, a custom file folder manufacturer based in Fordyce, Ark., is celebrating its 30th year serving the trade in the printing industry. Formerly Lyon Folder, FileAmerica changed ownership and revamped itself over the last three years by investing in updated printing, folding and die-cutting equipment, in addition to expanding its facility. "We have been fortunate to have a great group of employees, some of whom have been here since the start, a terrific customer base, and an ownership team that understands the importance of investing in new equipment," said Daniel Hogue, president. Specializing in custom file products, FileAmerica, together with its
The Philadelphia Direct Marketing Association (PDMA) recently welcomed Beth Ann Scullin, marketing director for EnvelopeAmerica, New Castle, Del., to its Board of Directors. Scullin took an active role with the PDMA shortly after joining EnvelopeAmerica a year ago. She is a graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Journalism. Her professional background includes sales, promotion, marketing and copy writing. For more information, call (302) 778-0220.
EnvelopeAmerica, New Castle, Del., recently celebrated its first anniversary. Last August, company president Mark Monahan acquired Cornell Envelope of Wilmington, Del., through an asset purchase agreement. Since moving the company to its current facility and investing in three Halm Jet Offset presses, including a four-color press, the company has doubled its business. For more information, call (866) 778-0220 or visit www.envelopeamerica.com.
EnvelopeAmerica, New Castle, Del., recently announced the promotion of Rich Gommer from press operator to lead pressman. Gommer worked for Cornell Envelope for three years before it was acquired by Mark Monahan in August 2003, and changed its name to EnvelopeAmerica. "Rich's hard work and dedication to this company did not go unnoticed. He has unmatched pride in his work and in the industry," said Monahan. Of his new position, Gommer said, "It's a greater responsibility, but I couldn't be working for a better team." EnvelopeAmerica offers quality envelope printing services exclusively to the trade.