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29 U.S. companies that dominate digital printing services

Posted by IndustryNet on Thursday, October 26, 2017

100000130DigitalPrintingServicesThe digital printing industry is as popular as ever and continues to grow. Research shows the market is up from 9.8 percent in 2008 to 20.6 percent expected in 2018.

According to IndustryNet data, industrial printing in the U.S. continues to post strong growth, and although offset printing dominates the industry in terms of sheer size, sales and employment increases were led by digital printing services, with jobs up 1% and sales up 6% over the past year.

Industry-wide, employment is up in all four regions of the United States. From the many companies reporting employment growth to IndustryNet, 35% were located in the Midwest; 27% in the South; 23% in the Northeast; and 15% in the West.

This article will take a look at some of the top companies offering digital printing services in the U.S., measured by size, employee count, job and sales growth.

Top 10 digital printing companies by employees

Gannett Fleming, Inc.; Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; Number of employees: 800; Since its founding in August 1915, this company has grown from a two-person engineering firm into a "multi-disciplined, global infrastructure and environmental solutions company."

WestRock Co.; Chattanooga, Tennessee; Number of employees: 400; The company notes, "research challenges us to explore what's possible." During the last 5 years, WestRock has surveyed more than 5,000 consumers, packaging professionals and research experts in an effort to meet changing consumer expectations.

Synq Solutions, Inc.; Norcross, Georgia; Number of employees: 250; Here, printing is synchronized with technological innovation, fulfillment and shipping. The synergy of services promises the customer significant cost savings throughout the process.

Intermark Group, Inc.; Birmingham, Alabama; Number of employees: 249; This full-service marketing firm works to continuously refresh perspectives "on how to harness psychological insight to impact overall brand success."

Digital Room, Inc.; Van Nuys, California; Number of employees: 240; For more than 25 years, it has been a trusted leader in online printing. The company notes "fully automated in-house Komori presses and CREO direct-to-plate allows for faster turnaround, minimal human error and lower overhead cost."

Dimensional Innovations, Inc.; Overland Park, Kansas; Number of employees: 200; Like many other successful companies, Dimensional Innovations began in a garage in 1993. Today, their team is headed by CEO Tucker Trotter who began as an intern in 1995.

National Reprographics, Inc.; New York, New York; Number of employees: 170; This client-centric company is a family-owned and operated Woman Business Enterprise (WBE). It finds the most efficient solutions ways to reduce waste and consumption while providing the highest-quality services.

Midland Information Resources; Davenport, Iowa; Number of employees: 165; For the 16th year in a row, the company was awarded the designation of Best Workplace in the Americas 2016 from the Printing Industries of America, the world's largest graphic arts trade association.

CDS Publications; Medford, Oregon; Number of employees: 156; Founded in 1906, CDS is a full-service printing company with a mission to deliver the highest-quality print management solutions on everything from cards to wall decor and books to retail signage and more.

T. G. T. Enterprises, Inc.; Poway, California; Number of employees: 150; T. G. T. Enterprises provides multichannel direct marketing services, specializing in areas of healthcare insurance; auto, home and life insurance; casinos/resorts; financial services; business-to-business (B2B) marketing; and travel, hospitality and tourism.

Top 10 digital printing companies by square footage

Label Art, Inc.; Wilton, New Hampshire; Square footage: 175,000; The company offers low pricing, quick turn around and easy online ordering. Founded in 1963, it says a "commitment to customer service sets us apart."

Wells Mailing; Montgomery, Alabama; Square footage: 175,000; This full-service direct mail letter shop and presort service bureau handles the most complex projects while staying committed to the highest level of quality.

Marketing Via Postal Group, Inc.; Santa Ana, California; Square footage: 168,000; Founded in 1997 by Janel Flanigan, it was one of the first WBE printing and direct mail companies in Southern California.

CDS Publications; Medford, Oregon; Square footage: 165,000; Offering a scalable platform of print and software services, it serves industries from online photo products, publishing and manufacturing to festivals and events, Fortune 1000 retailers, and more.

R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co.; Austell, Georgia; Square footage: 140,000; Expertise includes offset and digital printing; variable print for unique B2B and business-to-consumer (B2C) campaigns; and print on demand and Web2Print.

Image Options; Foothill Ranch, California; Square footage: 103,000; The company states it will "never dismiss an idea or execution because it's difficult or unusual." It invites the client's participation and involvement in projects.

LOG-ON Computers & Mailing Services, Inc.; New York, New York; Square footage: 90,000; Located in Midtown Manhattan, LOG-ON has been consistently servicing the direct marketing needs of clients for more than 30 years.

Edison Lithographing Corp.; North Bergen, New Jersey; Square footage: 80,000; For more than 55 years, the company has gained a reputation for uncompromising standards of quality, creativity and fast turnaround.

Fineline Printing Group; Indianapolis, Indiana; Square footage: 75,000; Owner and president, Richard Miller is a native of Argentina and migrated to New York at age 16. In 1981, he had $13,000 and a business plan to establish the company. Today, it is one of the largest of its kind in the Midwest.

Pemcor LLC; Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Square footage: 70,000; An industry leader in eco-friendly initiatives, the company uses "agri-based" ink, has an in-house recycling program and sources a brand of paper that contains recycled content that is acid-free and elemental chlorine-free.

Top 5 digital printing companies by employee growth

Digital Room, Inc.; Van Nuys, California; Number of employees: 240; The company believes in "online printing with a human touch" and still reviews every file by hand with a trained eye to "ensure the highest quality and no surprises."

Dimensional Innovations, Inc.; Overland Park, Kansas; Number of employees: 200; Dedicated to its hometown of Kansas City, employees give time and talent to the community as they "consistently roll-up our sleeves to support causes that are important to our DI family, leveraging the unique talents of our group."

Image Options; Foothill Ranch, California; Number of employees: 115; The company looks for new technologies and efficiencies to help serve the client better. This includes increasing speed to market, ensuring compelling messaging and "boosting the bottom line whenever possible."

Imagine Express; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Number of employees: 115; Founded in 1988, this operation is renowned for its client-centric-attitude, attention to detail and technological edge.

PHI Group, Inc.; Mount Prospect, Illinois; Number of employees: 110; The company approaches projects with a "can-do attitude" and believes "every business deserves a custom solution."

Top 5 digital printing companies by sales growth

Imagine Express; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Number of employees: 115; The company currently holds a U.S./Canada ranking of 32nd in Printing Impressions magazine's 400.

Source One Digital; Norton Shores, Michigan; Number of employees: 50; It is one of the first digital printing companies in the U.S. to become G7 certified. The certification "assures consistent color matching across substrate materials and print processes."

Design 446; Manasquan, New Jersey; Number of employees: 35; With more than 40 years in the business, Design 446 has worked with some of the largest names in the building industry. In addition to printing, it offers a full suite of services for companies of all sizes and disciplines.

Northern Ohio Printing, Inc; Cleveland, Ohio; Number of employees: 32; Northern Ohio Printing prides itself on the personal attention they provide to clients because doing so "isn't just good business, it's good character."

Corporate Document Solutions, Inc.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Number of employees: 18; Corporate Document Solutions' online "Instant Price Calculator" provides clients "instant print quotes and rock bottom prices." The state-of-the-art digital printing production facility produces printed materials "in a fraction of the time of conventional printing."

More digital printing resources

No matter what your printing needs, it's always important to partner with a company that best meets your unique requirements. To connect with printing companies near you, start your free search on IndustryNet. Here, you can request a quote, contact a company directly, connect on social media, obtain a list of industrial suppliers in your area and more.

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