RMF Printing Technologies

Top 100 Manufacturers Chart
October 1, 2007

1 Ennis Headquarters: Midlothian, Texas Annual Sales $(000): 584,713 Principal Officer(s): Keith Walters, Chairman, President, CEO Employees: 6,200 Locations: 44 2 Champion Industries Headquarters: Huntington, W. Va. Annual Sales $(000): 145,188 Principal Officer(s): Marshall T. Reynolds, CEO Employees: 740 Locations: 22 3 Western States Envelope & Label Headquarters: Butler, Wis. Annual Sales $(000): 117,900 Principal Officer(s): Mark S. Lemberger, President Employees: 731 Locations: 5 4 Printegra Headquarters: Peachtree City, Ga. Annual

Ennis Maintains Top Position
October 1, 2006

Rank: 1 Company: Ennis, Midlothian, Texas Sales $(000): 559,397 Principal Officer(s): Keith Walters, Chairman, CEO, President Employees: 6,200 Locations: 42 (*Does not include sales figures for Block Graphics, acquired 08/09/06.) Rank: 2 Company: Champion Industries, Huntington, W. Va. Sales $(000): 135,000 Principal Officer(s): Marshall T. Reynolds, CEO Employees: 768 Locations: 22 Rank: 3 Company: Western States Envelope & Label, Butler, Wis. Sales $(000): 111,000 Principal Officer(s): Mark S. Lemberger, President, CEO Employees: 733 Locations: 5 Rank: 4 Company: Printegra, Peachtree City, Ga. Sales $(000): 87,706 Principal Officer(s): Casey Campbell, President, CEO Employees: 822 Locations: 14 Rank: 5 Company: PrintXcel, Montrose,

It’s Show Time!
September 1, 2006

DMIA’s annual Print Solutions conference and exposition will be held Oct. 3-5 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill. The conference will provide three days of educational sessions, including a presentation by this year’s keynote speaker, Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House and co-author of “Contract with America.” Join Gingrich as he analyzes the current political climate in Washington, DC, and educates attendees on effective leadership. This year’s conference will feature equipment demonstrations, offering distributors better insight into how various applications are produced. In addition, exchange centers will be located on the show floor with more than 34 hours of

Commercial Print
August 1, 2006

Various samples of commercial printing, courtesy of RMF Printing Technologies.

Changing Markets Drive Commercial Printing
August 1, 2006

Approximately eight months ago, Lancaster, New York-based RMF Printing Technologies (www.rmfprinting.com) began informing the distributor community that it had entered the commercial printing market. Fortunately, the company had space within its manufacturing environment to add up to 12 employees and the necessary equipment. A separate estimating software system was installed and some estimators with commercial printing backgrounds were hired due to the greater degree of involvement in knowing how the jobs were going to be set up and run. The work is rolling in steadily now. “Although our forms sales are still fairly strong, we saw an opportunity to expand our printing

So, What's Happening with Smart Cards?
July 1, 2004

These not-yet-ready-for-prime-time card products may be the next American idol. From Software developers to plastic card printers and a variety of specialists and consultants in between, smart cards are beginning to attract a lot of attention here in the United States. As expected, costs are coming down, yet they remain prohibitive for most. Still, it is only a matter of time before customers dependent upon a secure, efficient and intelligent approach to operations management are clamoring for this solution. Proactive distributors and manufacturers who begin learning now will be earning later as a result of a smart card education. Slowly but Surely Headquartered in