Omaha Print to Acquire Holm Graphic Services
Omaha Print expanding into Des Moines, Iowa marketplace
East Rutherford, N.J. (April 3, 2012) The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) has announced that Omaha Print, located in Omaha Nebraska has agreed to purchase the customer base of Holm Graphic Services Inc. of Des Moines, Iowa. Mary Ann Amundson, sole shareholder of Holm, will join Omaha Print as Iowa Regional Director Sales and Business Development. She will utilize Omaha's manufacturing capabilities for Holm customers and Holm will cease its own production.
NAPL has provided ongoing strategic advice on growth by acquisition to Omaha Print. NAPL introduced the parties and advised on the transaction price and structure so that a Letter of Intent was signed within seven days of the first contact. Senior Vice President John Hyde, head of NAPLLs Mergers and Acquisitions Advisory Team stated, "Omaha Print is a great example of a forward thinking company that is positioning itself for future success and growth. It fully expects to explore further strategic acquisitions in 2012."
Chuck Kinzer, President of Omaha Print commented, "we are happy to have Mary Ann Amundson come on board with us and look forward to her leading our expansion into the greater Des Moines marketplace. We appreciate that Mary Ann thinks highly enough of us to trust that her customer relationships will be maintained and enhanced with access to our extensive platform of additional capabilities."
Regarding her new home with Omaha Print, Mary Ann commented, "I'm very excited about the opportunity to work with Omaha Print. They have a long-standing reputation as an innovative and industry leading company. My customers will benefit from bigger and better capabilities and services from a company with a trusted name in the business."
Omaha Print, founded in 1858, has its headquarters in Omaha, with a sales office in Des Moines, IA. The Omaha production facility is home to sheet fed, heat-set web presses, and a full bindery. Omaha Print also offers digital printing, creative design and marketing strategy.
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Bob Redmond Joins OP
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Bob Redmond Appointed Director of Mailing and Fulfillment at Omaha Print
OMAHA, Neb. Steve Hayes, Chairman of the board and CEO of Omaha Print, announced today that Bob Redmond has been hired as Director of mailing and fulfillment for Omaha Print.
We are excited to have a person of Bobs caliber and talent to lead this segment of our business. He brings more than 15 years of experience that will help our customers cost effectively execute their direct mail and fulfillment projects. He is also a highly respected figure in the postal community, said Hayes.
Omaha Print, founded in 1858, has its headquarters in Omaha, with sales offices in Dallas and Atlanta. The Omaha production facility is home to sheet fed, heat set web and cold set web presses, and a full bindery. The Atlanta office offers creative design, marketing strategy and digital printing.
For more information about Omaha Print, visit www.omahaprint.com, or call Steve Hayes at 800-369-0033.
Omaha Print Makes Printing Impressions 400 ranking for 2007 performance
Omaha Print, one of the oldest and largest commercial printers in Nebraska, has earned a spot on Printing Impressions 400 list, the most comprehensive ranking of the leading printing companies in the United States and Canada.
Omaha Print occupied position No. 271 on the list of 400, placing it ahead of other Nebraska printers. The rankings are based on sales volume and include those companies that are in the commercial printing field. Companies in this market produce products that include advertising inserts, books, business forms, catalogs, directories, direct mail, financial printing, newspapers, publications and specialty printing. Omaha Print is a leading national producer of direct mail, catalogues and marketing materials.
Omaha Print, founded in 1858, is headquartered in Omaha, with a sales office in Dallas. The production facility is home to sheet-fed, heatset web and coldset web presses, and a full bindery.
Printer of the Year Award
OMAHA, Neb - Steve Hayes, CEO of Omaha Print, received recognition from his peers when he was named Nebraska Distinguished Printer of the Year by Printing Industries of the Midlands (PIM). Hayes was recognized at the Heartland Print Gallery banquet and awards event, held Jan. 26 in Omaha.
The honor, which was first awarded in 1960, is presented annually to a PIM member from Nebraska and Iowa. Hayes is following in the footsteps of his father, Harvey, who won the award in 1992.
Hayes, who was named president of Omaha Print in 1992, was recognized for his leadership at Omaha Print and throughout the printing industry. He has received multiple management awards from the National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL), including a gold award in 2004. Hayes is a member of the NAPL's Soderstrom Society, a national award given annually to a select number of individuals.
Omaha Print, founded in 1858, is headquartered in Omaha, with a sales office in Dallas.
The production facility is home to sheet fed, heat set web and cold set web presses, and a full bindery.