Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Interesting article about a firm that used to be a “blueprinter”, but which morphed over the years to be a trade printer for wide-format display-graphics.
ARTICLE BY MARK VRUNO ON MAR 1, 2015, myprintresoucre.com
“Wider Formats, Larger Margins”
The evolutionary story of Spartan Printing, Inc. may sound familiar: a 52-year-old firm that has morphed with technology and changed with the times. Situated in Arlington, TX, between Dallas and Fort Worth, Spartan Printing’s roots were in blueprints as the company got its start in 1963. When the Trebilcock family purchased Spartan in 1985, eight employees were still turning out a lot of blueprint work in an 8,500-square-foot facility.
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Posted by Joel Salus at 7:31 AM