Vision Graphics Inc/Eagle:xm, one of the nation's largest commercial printing and marketing communication solutions provider, announced today that they will be relocating their Loveland print production to their Denver facility.
Vision Graphics Inc/Eagle:xm, one of the nation's largest commercial printing and marketing communication solutions provider, announced today that they will be relocating their Loveland print production to their Denver marketing and fulfillment facility by the fall of 2014.
"The decision to move our headquarters to our Denver facility as a part of our long-term growth initiative was made possible by acquiring Eagle:xm a little over two years ago," stated Mark Steputis, CEO and president of Vision/Eagle. "It's exciting to put these plans into motion. The Denver facility is larger, which allows us plenty of space and resources to continue to grow our full range of marketing communication solutions while cultivating our Denver footprint."
This strategic move places VGI/E as one of a few companies that offers businesses communication solutions to build their brands and increase market share by integrating print, mail and digital technology.
"As far as logistics, consolidating our two plants makes perfect sense," remarked Kurt Hamlin, vice president of operations. "This allows us the luxury of being able to combine our print, fulfillment, mail and digital marketing services at one location better positioning us to refine our internal processes."
Ranked on ColoradoBiz's 2013 list of Colorado's 50 fastest growing privately owned companies, VGI/E was recently named as one of the top 400 largest printers in America and made the Inc. 500/5000 list of Fastest Growing Private Companies.
Vision will continue to support Northern Colorado clients with a satellite office in Loveland.
To learn more about Vision Graphics Inc./Eagle:xm please visit our website at www.visioneaglexm.com.