Business Advisory Group Seeks Buyer for Growing Company In the Pacific Northwest

January 10, 2014

Owners of the $5 million general commercial printing and marketing services enterprise plan to retire; retain Business Advisory Group to find buyer for successful business. 

(East Rutherford, N.J., January 9, 2014) – The National Association for Printing Leadership (NAPL) Business Advisory Group seeks a buyer for a successful printing company in the Pacific Northwest that competes in the market for general commercial printing and marketing services. The company offers high-quality offset and digital reproduction services to a customer base primarily comprising midsize and large corporations with a mix of non-profit community service organizations.

“The company’s owners plan to retire and have retained the NAPL Business Advisory Group to find a buyer for their business,” says Mark R. Hahn, NAPL Senior Vice President. “Although they prefer to merge the business into another firm, they are flexible regarding the possibility that the operation continue at its current location, where the landlord has indicated that the facility’s lease may be extended on favorable terms and/or the property may be available for sale.”

The modern 35,000 square foot facility is located in a region rich in high-technology companies, support services and community organizations, and is accessible to local highways and a major interstate. Equipment includes two six-color presses, both with aqueous coaters, and an HP Indigo digital press, as well as direct-to-plate technology, and in-house folding and saddle-stitching bindery equipment.

Revenues for 2013 were expected to exceed $5 million and earnings before interest, taxes, and amortization (EBITA) have averaged 10.7% over the past three years, with both sales and EBITA trending upward. 

“The company utilizes an industry-standard MIS system and breaks out sales and expenses according to trade class―offset printing, digital printing, mailing, fulfillment, etc.―affording prospective buyers detailed knowledge of the product mix and company positioning,” says Hahn.

For more information about this outstanding opportunity, interested parties are invited to contact Hahn at (201) 523-6313 or mhahn@napl.org.

Please note: All information regarding this purchase opportunity is provided by the company being offered for sale. NAPL has not verified or audited the information, and interested parties are advised to conduct their own independent investigation and due diligence before making any decisions with regard to this opportunity. 

About the NAPL Business Advisory Group: The NAPL Business Advisory Group provides a wide variety of business advisory services in critical areas of graphic communications management. From mergers and acquisitions to sales, operations, and finance, NAPL brings industry-specific knowledge directly to each company’s individual needs. The expertise and offerings of NAPL’s Business Advisory Group are captured in over 100 business services, each specifically designed to fit a company’s size, issues, and needs.

About NAPL: NAPL is a not-for-profit business management association representing companies in the $80+ billion commercial printing and graphic communications industry in North America. NAPL’s comprehensive slate of business-building solutions provides company leaders with the management tools they need to make informed business decisions in an ever-changing market environment. It serves the quick and small printing business segment through the National Association of Quick Printers (NAQP). On Jan.1, 2014, NAPL merged with the Association of Marketing Service Providers (AMSP). For more information, visit www.napl.org or call (800) 642-6275.

About AMSP: The Association of Marketing Service Providers (AMSP) is the national trade association for the mailing and fulfillment services industry. For more than 93 years, AMSP has been working to improve the business environment for mailing and fulfillment companies and to provide opportunities for the learning and professional development of the managers of these companies.

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