Royal Business Forms

Printegra – Arlington Moves to Larger Facility
December 23, 2014

Ennis Inc., Midlothian, Texas, has announced the intention to relocate the Printegra – Arlington facility from a leased facility to a company-owned building less than one mile away.

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September 1, 2012

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May 1, 2011

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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 Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2006 Results
October 4, 2005

Ennis, Midlothian, Texas, recently reported financial results for the fiscal quarter and six months ended Aug. 31. For the second quarter of fiscal 2006, the company's net sales were $148.1 million, compared to $73.4 million in the comparable quarter last year—an increase of $74.7 million. For the six-month period, its net sales were $297.2 million, compared to $139.1 million the prior year. The company's net income of $10.6 million for the quarter ended Aug. 31 increased by $5.2 million above the prior year's quarterly level of $5.4 million, and by $11.2 million in the current six-month period from the prior year. Ennis

The Top Five Continue to Thrive
October 1, 2005

A proactive approach to marketplace changes proves profitable for suppliers There are no big surprises at the top of the BFL&S Top 100 Supplier listing this year. Except for a bit of order shuffling, the five companies tßhat have dominated the rankings for the past few years—Ennis, Quality Park, TST/Impreso, Western States Envelopes & Labels and Champion Industries—continue to do so. And, it is traditional products, including envelopes, forms, tags/labels, commercial printing and direct mail, that account for the bulk of the sales that these powerhouses are posting. Principle officers for the companies, however, stressed that it is product line diversification, acquisitions, ongoing

Ennis Acquires Royal, Rolls Out New Labels
November 2, 2004

Ennis, headquartered in Midlothian, Texas, has acquired 100 percent of the stock of Royal Business Forms, a privately held company based in Arlington, Texas, for $3.7 million in Ennis stock. The acquisition will provide additional short-run printed products and solutions, as well as financial documents sold through distributors, to Ennis' capabilities. The transaction is expected to add to Ennis' earnings in the first full year of operations. Alf Bumgardner, president, CEO and founder of Royal will assume the position of General Manager for Royal. Keith Walters, chairman, president and CEO of Ennis, said, "The announcement is another positive step forward in the continued growth and