The Dayton city commission on Wednesday approved a $1 million development agreement with Taylor Communications—formerly Standard Register Co.—to help fund the renovation of the underutilized downtown building at 111 W. First St., the company’s new home come October...
Dayton-based Standard Register will cease operations and eliminate 75 jobs at the printing plant and warehouse in Salisbury, Md. by mid-summer of 2014. Officials say demand for traditional printed forms and documents, such as those produced at Salisbury, has declined significantly.
If Standard Register’s stock price is any indication of future success, president and chief executive officer Joseph P. Morgan, Jr.’s schedule is about to fill up fast.
Standard Register announced today that it has acquired distributor WorkflowOne in a transaction valued at $218 million, financed by assuming $210 million of long-term debt and the issuance of warrants with an estimated value of $8 million.
Dayton, Ohio-based WorkflowOne, a leading provider of print management, distribution and marketing services, has been selected as the print supplier for Hughston Hospital and Doctors Hospital, both serving the community of Columbus, Ga.
From July 6 through July 12, the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) awarded 57 one-time print jobs to 25 print supplier clients of Government Print Management.