During the 2019 ICMA EXPO, Sun Chemical will display its full range solutions for credit and laminated cards, including its screen and offset inks, pre-laid overlays, pre-patched holograms, magnetic tapes, engraved lamination plates, security applications and electronic materials. “Sun Chemical is dedicated to providing card manufacturers, issuers and branding firms with a complete array of solutions for credit and laminated card printing,” said Anthony Renzi, Vice President, Product Management of Packaging Inks, North American Inks, Sun Chemical. “During ICMA EXPO, we look forward to showing how customers can streamline their card printing operations through Sun Chemical’s wide selection of solutions.” Click read more below for additional detail.
Ennis, Inc. (the “Company”), (NYSE: EBF), today announced its acquisition of the assets and business from AmeriPrint Corporation in Harvard, Illinois. The closing occurred on Monday, May 31, 2021, Memorial Day. AmeriPrint Corporation is a trade printer specializing in custom-printed documents, barcoding, integrated products, and business forms. Although Jim and Vicky Schulty are retiring after the sale, many of the same people will continue to work at the two facilities in Harvard, Illinois.
Keith Walters, Chairman, President & CEO of the Company stated, “We are delighted to have the opportunity to bring AmeriPrint, their employees and their customers into the Ennis family. AmeriPrint is strategically located company in the Chicago area with 30 years of print industry experience and we will continue to operate the company in its same location. They pride themselves on exceptional customer service as does Ennis. This brand brings added capabilities and expertise to our expanding product offering including barcoding and variable imaging and will add depth to the products and services we already have at Integrated Print Group in South Elgin, Illinois.”
Upon closing, AmeriPrint operations will continue to operate as AmeriPrint. All facilities will continue their normal operations in their current location.