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Nov 16, 2010 12:00 AM
Austin, TX-based Ginny’s Printing has acquired book and publications printer Morgan Printing, announces Michael Martin, Ginny’s president and CEO. The transaction was completed October 16, 2010. As with other acquisitions, Ginny’s has retained many of Morgan’s nine employees. Founded in 1971, Ginny’s employs 205 people and operates a 110,000-sq.-ft. facility.
The Morgan purchase is the latest step in a growth strategy focused on acquiring smaller providers and expanding into new markets, according to Martin. “In the past several years, we have folded in several printing and printing-related companies to grow our service portfolio, add expertise to our team and broaden our customer base,” he says. “Morgan gives us a greater and more direct presence in the book printing sector.” Morgan’s clientele includes corporations, small publishers, institutions and authors.
Ginny’s provides printing, copying, mailing and related business services in Central Texas. The company has 16 offset printing presses; one of the nation’s largest fleets of Xerox Docutech black-and-white digital printers; iGen3 and iGen4 digital color printers; and other advanced technology for pre-press, bindery and mailing. In the past few years, fulfillment and web-to-print have become prominent business offerings.