Schaumburg-based Spotlight Graphic Solutions, the wide-format services division of K&M Printing, said it has acquired Franklin Park-based National GraphX and Imaging.
Terms of the acquisition were not announced.
"With an extremely loyal client base and management expertise developed over more than five decades, National GraphX presents us with tremendous opportunity for growth," says Chris Kelly, Spotlight vice president. "We now can offer clients an expanded choice of wide-format graphics solutions and innovative products at a time when shifting communications strategies challenge most businesses, from financial and health care to universities and nonprofits."
The merger allows National GraphX to focus on wide format printing for corporate projects, retail POP, special events, museum exhibits and trade shows, said Barry Rubin, president.
"Now, through this merger with Spotlight, we have the opportunity to provide small format printing capabilities as well," he said,
Rubin, who, along with brother Steve Rubin, vice-president, and 10 full-time employees will move to Spotlight's facility in Schaumburg.
"We've gotten great response from clients who are excited to have greater access to new products," Rubin said.
K&M is a family-owned and operated facility that offers an extensive array of services including digital printing, offset printing, display printing, print-on-demand, web-to-print, direct mail, pick and pack services, and more. Founded in 1974, K&M also is exceptional in its ability to provide professional graphic design, wall mural printing, binding, saddle stitching, and convenient, one-stop solutions. K&M signatures include quality work by a veteran team of experts, competitive pricing, and quick turnaround times.