Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Letterpress, Greeting Cards & Feminism – March 2021 M&A Activity


Who knew? A quiet movement has been afoot in the resurgence of artisanal letterpress printing. Mixing politics, feminism and current events with creative, upbeat, and often downright edgy greeting card messages, a network of women-owned businesses has emerged as the voice of the small-shop letterpress trade.

When Paper Source, a national chain of stationery stores, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the network swung into action, a virtual social media David slinging shots at the corporate Goliath that had just informed approximately 250 cardmakers that they might not be paid in full for their recent shipments of finished goods. Adding insult to injury is the perception among the network that Paper Source had placed unusually large orders from these small independent print shops well in advance of the Spring holidays. They believe that Paper Source management would have, or least should have, known that all payments on those orders would be placed in suspension while the bankruptcy process plays out. Even more irksome, according to some of the cardmakers, Paper Source aggressively pushed for expedited deliveries, apparently to avoid the priority granted in bankruptcy to vendor payments due for products delivered within the 20-day period immediately prior to the bankruptcy filing.

The first shot was slung at Paper Source by the owner of Sapling Press, a letterpress printing shop in Pittsburgh, when she posted “Hell hath no fury like a stationer scorned” on Instagram. This set off a flurry of equally angry responses and supportive posts from the network, including the owners of Chez Gagné, The Card Bureau, Steel Petal Press, Power & Light Press, and Chateau Blanche Design, among others. The network’s vitriol is directed at the CEO of Paper Source, an accomplished woman with ivy league credentials and board level corporate experience in high fashion and retailing. The CEO now squares off against an angry group of entrepreneurial women, owners of micro businesses, who feel betrayed and taken advantage of by the large corporate entity that is, in better times, a significant distribution channel for their printed wares.

The large orders, some of which came after months of inactivity, were cheerfully greeted as a sign of hope, a return to normalcy after an especially difficult year. Several cardmakers received their very first offer from Paper Source during this time, a certain signal that the future was brighter. Their hopes were dashed as the payments of receivables, significant amounts for these small shops, were placed in doubt when Paper Source filed bankruptcy.

Adding insult to injury, Paper Source offered to designate some suppliers in the network with critical vendor status, which would allow immediate payment to the chosen cardmakers for the products that were delivered before the bankruptcy filing date. The alternative is for the cardmakers to wait until the process plays out and receive payments, possibly cents on the dollar, on an equal basis with all unsecured creditors. The rub with the offer to be deemed a critical vendor was that the payment would be between 10% and 30% of the amount owed, accompanied by a promise from the cardmaker that they would continue providing product to the stores for which they would receive 100% payment, consistent with bankruptcy rules.

Paper Source’s chapter 11 filing was preceded by the bankruptcy of Schurman Fine Papers in January 2020, which resulted in the closure of Schurman’s 254 stores, which included the Papyrus, American Greetings and Carlton Card retail store chains. Paper Source picked up 30 of the closed Papyrus stores, announced on March 2, 2020, exactly one year to the day before its own bankruptcy, just in time for retail stores that sell cards, gifts and other discretionary items to get whacked by the outbreak of Covid-19. In defensive statements to the network of woman-owned cardmakers, the CEO of Paper Source pointed to the need to replenish inventories which had been depleted during the early stages of the pandemic, including the need to restock the acquired Papyrus stores.

Regardless of how the Paper Source bankruptcy plays out, we suspect that credit policies are being updated at many of the micro-businesses that supply the boutique greeting card industry. Extra care and thought will be employed when a large and unexpected gift-horse in the form of an inordinately large order comes in over the transom. As for Paper Source, once again a large corporate entity is taken to task by its constituents using the power of social media, this time by a network of small women-owned printing shops dedicated to keeping alive the tradition of fine letterpress printing.

Packaging

It would be an understatement to say that packaging deals are dominating the M&A market in the printing and related industries. Shoreview Industries exited its investment in Rohrer Corporation after a hold period of 11 years, with Wellspring Capital Management picking up the company. The sale is the culmination of a classic PE strategy: recapitalize a family business to establish a platform in a fragmented industry, bolt on several acquisitions to expand the business to multiple manufacturing plants, bring in new senior leadership, and grow revenues. Rohrer grew under Shoreview’s guidance to seven manufacturing facilities and revenues had increased from $67 million to over $200 million. Rohrer produces a wide array of printed paperboard and thermoformed packaging, with expertise in blister cards and folding cartons, serving a wide variety of consumer product companies.

SupremeX, the Canadian envelope and packaging company based in LaSalle, Quebec, acquired Vista Graphic Communications.* Vista, based in Indianapolis, is a manufacturer of folding cartons and specialized micro flute packaging solutions, primarily serving the medical and dental markets. SupremeX was established as an envelope printing company in 1977, was acquired by Cenveo (né Mail-Well) in 1995, and subsequently spun out from Cenveo in 2006 in a public offering on the Toronto exchange. With several acquisitions of envelope companies under its belt, the company strategically added packaging to its offerings with the 2017 acquisition of folding carton company Stuart Packaging, located in Mont-Royal, Quebec. The 2018 purchase of G2 Printing in 2018, also in Quebec, brought labels and additional folding carton capacity into the mix at SupremeX.

Resource Label Group, the serial acquirer of label printing companies, announced another acquisition, the purchase of New England Label in Andover, Massachusetts. Resource Label, headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee, with financial backing from First Atlantic Capital and TPG Growth, has grown to eighteen manufacturing sites across the US and Canada. Capabilities at the most recently acquired company include screen printing to manufacture nameplates and graphic overlays.

Fort Dearborn, a competing packaging industry rollup with financial backing from Advent International, announced the acquisition of Hammer Packaging with two plants in the Rochester, New York area. The sale ends family ownership of Hammer which has spanned four generations. Hammer’s extensive capabilities include cut & stack, in-mold, pressure sensitive, roll-fed, shrink and stretch sleeve labels as well as flexible packaging. The deal increases Fort Dearborn’s footprint to nineteen manufacturing plants across North America. Advent International is the second PE fund to support Fort Dearborn, acquired from KRH Capital in August 2016.

Dunes Point Capital, a new entrant into the PE-backed frenzy to consolidate the label business, announced the formation of Premium Label & Packaging as its platform entity. Simultaneous with the announcement, Premium acquired Label Graphics Manufacturing, a label and shrink sleeve company based in Little Falls, New Jersey with a second facility in nearby Fairfield, New Jersey. Dunes Point also owns Overnight Labels, a manufacturer of pressure sensitive labels, shrink sleeves and flexible packaging located in Deer Park, New York.

Do-It Corporation, which, according to the company’s website, is the world’s largest producer of plastic hang tabs, acquired Tower Tab & Label. Located in South Haven, Michigan, Do-it manufactures a wide variety of specialty devices and marketing materials, all focused on retail display. In addition to its ubiquitous clear plastic hang tabs used to suspend products on retail pegboard hooks, products offered include custom printed hang tabs, bottle neck hangers, carry handles, retail display shelf danglers, and literature holders.


US-based companies were also active on the international stage. Multi-Color Corporation picked up Herrods, an in-mold label company in Australia. ProAmpac announced the acquisition of two UK-based companies, IG Industries, a film extrusion company, and Brayford Plastics, an integrated bag manufacturer serving the bakery, fresh produce, meat, poultry and fish markets.

Commercial Printing and Diversified Services

The Imagine Group (né Imagine! Print Solutions), a retail display and commercial printing company based in Minneapolis, was purchased by an investment group headed up by Cerberus Capital Management. Focused on point of purchase displays and related design services, Imagine has made several acquisitions, beginning with the 2013 purchase of Classic Graphics in Charlotte, North Carolina. Imagine was itself acquired by private equity fund Oak Hill Capital Partners in January 2016, and later that year purchased Midnight Oil, a creative agency based in Burbank, California. During the past pandemic year, revenues at Imagine declined to $419 million from $471 million, driving the company to restructure its capital stack. The company reports that the recapitalization has reduced the debt from $550 million to $100 million, positioning the company to regain its footing and return to a growth mode.

Grossman Marketing Group, a Boston area company, acquired PCI Creative,** a Stamford, Connecticut marketing, printing and mailing company. The Grossman company dates back to its founding 1910 as the Massachusetts Envelope Company. Via a series of acquisitions and name changes over the past century, and now under fourth generation management, the company has evolved into a full-service marketing services provider. Services include fulfillment, graphic design, direct mail, printing, and promotional products, serving a wide range of clients including the educational, financial, and healthcare industries. The acquisition of PCI Creative supports Grossman Marketing’s strategic goal to expand their geographic footprint, strengthening their position in the Connecticut market.


* Graphic Arts Advisors, publisher of The Target Report, served as exclusive advisors to Vista Graphic Communications in this transaction.

** Graphic Arts Advisors, publisher of The Target Report, served as exclusive advisors to PCI Creative in this transaction.

   




2021 March - Mergers and Acquisitions in the Printing, Packaging, Paper & Related Industries

Deal Party #1
(Surviving Entity)
Pre-Deal
Revenues
(US$Mil)


Party #1 Address


Deal Party #2
Pre-Deal
Revenues
(US$Mil )


Party #2 Address
Date
Deal
Public
Deal
Value
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Deal Structure
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Notes

Press
Release
Premium Label & Packaging
(Port co. Dunes Point Capital)
No Data Rye, NY Label Graphics Manufacturing No Data Little Falls, NJ 3/31/21 No Data Acquisition Labels & shrink sleeves Link
Multi-Color Corporation
(Port co. Platinum Equity)
No Data Cincinnati, OH Herrods No Data Melbourne, Australia 3/31/21 No Data Acquisition In-mold labels Link
Harper Collins
(Div. News Corp.)
$1,676
($8,720)
New York, NY HMH Books & Media
(Div. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
$191.7 Boston, MA 3/29/21 $349.0 Acquisition Trade book publishing Link
ProAmpac
(Port co. Pritzker Partners)
No Data Cincinnati, OH Brayford Plastics No Data Lincolnshire, UK 3/22/21 No Data Acquisition Flexible packaging Link
ProAmpac
(Port co. Pritzker Partners)
No Data Cincinnati, OH IG Industries No Data Brigg, UK 3/22/21 No Data Acquisition Packaging film production Link
Wellspring Capital No Data New York, NY Rohrer
(Port co. ShoreView)
$200.0 Wadsworth, OH 3/18/21 No Data Acquisition Blister card & folding cartons Link
Cedar Graphics No Data Hiawatha, IA J & A Printing No Data Hiawatha, IA 3/17/21 No Data Asset Acquisition Commercial printing Link
Grossman Marketing No Data Somerville, MA  PCI Creative Group No Data Stamford, CT 3/11/21 No Data Acquisition
(Graphic Arts Advisors)
Marketing & print services Link
Cerberus Capital Management
(w /Goldman Sachs, Arbour Lane)
No Data New York, NY Imagine
(Port co. Oak Hill Capital)
$419.0 Minneapolis, MN   3/10/21 No Data Acquisition & Recap
(Moelis)
Point of purchase displays Link
SupremeX $162.7 Lasalle, QC Vista Graphic Communications No Data Indianapolis, IN 3/9/21 No Data Acquisition
(Graphic Arts Advisors)
Folding cartons Link
Resource Label Group
(Port co. First Atlantic Capital)
No Data Memphis, TN New England Label No Data Andover, MA 3/8/21 No Data Acquisition Labels & graphic overlays Link
Do-it Corporation No Data South Haven, MI Tower Tab & Label No Data Benton Harbor, MI 3/5/21 No Data Acquisition Hang tabs & specialty products Link
Fort Dearborn
(Port co. Advent International)
$525.0 Elk Grove, IL Hammer Packaging $111.0 W. Henrietta, NY 3/1/21 No Data Acquisition Labels & flexible packaging Link
Mittera Group $253.5 Des Moines, IA Creel Printing No Data Las Vegas, NV 3/1/21 No Data Acquisition
(New Direction)
Commercial printing Link

   
2021 March - Bankruptcy Filings in the Printing, Packaging, Paper & Related Industries



Filing Party

Date
Case
Filed
Pre-Petition
Revenues
(US$Mil)



Case #



Filing Party Address



Circuit



Region & City



Judge



Attorney for Debtor



Notes
Chapter 11 Filings:
Expo Marketing Group, LLC 3/16/21 No Data 21-10668 Orange, CA 9th Central CA
Santa Ana
Theodor Albert Marc C. Forsythe Trade show exhibits
Paper Source, Inc. 3/2/21 No Data 21-30660 Chicago, IL 4th Eastern VA
Richmond
Keith L. Phillips David William Gaffey Specialty Paper Products Retailer
Chapter 7 Filings:
Valley Printer, Inc. 3/12/21 No Data 21-30388 Sweetwater, TN 6th Eastern TN
Knoxville
Suzanne H. Bauknight John P. Newton, Jr. Commercial Printing

   
2021 March - Non-Bankruptcy Closures in the Printing, Packaging, Paper & Related Industries



Closed Company / Facility

Date of Closure
Pre-Closure
Revenues
(US$Mil)



Closing Address
Related Party Related Party
Address
Date Closure Public


Notes

Press
Releases
J & A Printing Mar-21 No Data Hiawatha, IA Cedar Graphics Hiawatha, IA Mar-21 Commercial printing Link
MPM Communications 4/14/21 No Data Waldorf, MD None N/A Mar-21 Direct mail printing Link
Creel Printing Q2 2021 No Data Las Vegas, NV Mittera Des Moines, IA Mar-21 Publication & commercial printing Link

Sunday, March 7, 2021

So Many Books, So Little Time* – February 2021 M&A Activity

"IDIOM" BOOK SCULPTURE, PRAGUE CITY LIBRARY

"Idiom" Book Sculpture, Prague City Library

Books endure. We discard newspapers the day after, magazines stick around a bit longer, junk mail not at all, but books we keep. After we read a book, we shelve them, we show off our book collection as backdrops in our Zoom calls, we stack books in corners, we store them in boxes, we might drop them off at a used bookstore, we might even make books into works of art, but we almost never just toss them out. Printed books endure.

Book printing company Grafica Veneta, located in the Italian province of Padua, a half hour drive from the causeway to Venice, announced the acquisition of a majority ownership stake in Lake Book Manufacturing. The acquired company is close by Chicago’s O’Hare airport, likely an enabling factor in the decision by an Italian book manufacturer to invest in a US-based partner. The owner of Lake Book, Dan Genovese, noted that his family’s Italian heritage also played a part in the decision to seek and accept an international investment in the company, especially one based in Italy. Both companies are positioned to manufacture a wide range of book products for the publishing trade, with capabilities ranging from one-color to full-color text, paperback and hardcover editions, along with fully decorated book jackets. The international connection and reach can be a key factor when printing books for the big publishing houses, especially when a simultaneous release of blockbuster titles is integral to the marketing plan, such as the recent release of Stephen King’s new eerie crime novel Later, printed in Italy by Grafica Veneta.

The book manufacturing segment has seen a steady uptick in M&A interest as the demand for printed books coincided with exits and bankruptcies in the book manufacturing segment. Added to this mix of market forces, reading habits increased during the Covid-induced lockdown. Consequently, publishers began to experience longer lead times and production delays as book manufacturing capacity became strained.

California-based BR Printers, took a big step up in its book manufacturing capabilities in January with the acquisition of National Graphic Solutions, focused on children’s, activity, religious, educational and how-to titles. BR Printers already had an established short-run digital book manufacturing platform. The NGS acquisition adds significant production capacity with long run web offset presses and binding capability, manufacturing 100 million books annually.

Serial acquirer CJK Group has emerged as a major player in the book manufacturing business, growing via acquisition to build out a network of production plants that cater to the educational book, journal and publication segments (see The Target Report: CJK Goes Global as Cenveo Unwinds – September 2020). And not to be forgotten, the restructured LSC Communications company has emerged from bankruptcy with a deleveraged balance sheet and financial backing from Atlas Holdings. With significant book production capacity, LSC now enjoys not only the financial stability of Atlas Holdings, but also a paper products brotherhood within the Atlas portfolio including the Finch and Twin River paper manufacturing companies.

Publishing

Deal activity continues apace upstream from the printers. Outside Integrated Media, publisher of Outside magazine and other outdoor enthusiast titles, was acquired by Pocket Outdoor Media. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Pocket Outdoor Media has changed its named to simply Outside as recognition of the branding power of the acquired iconic magazine. The combined company now owns a multitude of specialty publications and digital properties highly targeted for runners, bicyclists, skiers, rock and ice climbers, and devotees of many other health and fitness activities.

Less exciting to most than rock climbing, skiing, or white-water rafting, but nonetheless still driving print volume, are the titles of educational book publisher AIP Publishing, a subsidiary of the American Institute of Physics. Based in Melville, New York, AIP Publishing recently announced the acquisition of University Science Books, a publisher of books for upper level courses in the physical sciences. The acquired portfolio includes titles such as Quantum Chemistry, Statistical Mechanics, Molecular Thermodynamics, and other academic books. Not quite the page-turners of a Stephen King novel, but according to AIP, its books are published with the highest design and print production quality, setting the gold standard in their respective scientific disciplines.

Still no word from the US Department of Justice on approval, or not, of the pending acquisition of Simon & Schuster by Bertelsmann, the German publishing behemoth (see The Target Report: Dystopia, Social Justice & Steamy Romance – November 2020). The Authors Guild and other writers’ groups have taken an active and vocal position against the takeover, arguing that the deal would give Bertelsmann the pricing power to squeeze down the size of author’s advances and reduce royalties.

The opposition’s position is not limited to just financial concerns. The groups maintain that Bertelsmann’s market position, should the deal be approved, will lead to a decrease in quality and diversity of published works, and furthermore they suggest that this in turn will be a fundamental threat to American democracy. The Authors Guild goes one step further; they are not just asking the DOJ to simply block the deal; they are urging the DOJ to restructure the entire US market for books and take on not only Bertelsmann, but also break up Amazon’s dominant position in book retail.

The Author’s Guild complaint extends beyond control of the publishing houses, their letter cites Bertelsmann acquisition of the Quad book manufacturing plants as further evidence that the German giant has gained an untenable position in the physical production of books, as well as control over content. However, we suspect that notwithstanding Bertelsmann’s dominant position, other printing companies such as the newly combined Grafica Veneta – Lake Book stand ready to provide the alternative manufacturing capacity to all who come knocking on their doors.

Commercial Printing and Diversified Services

Phoenix Group, a large web and sheetfed commercial printing company in Philadelphia, announced the merger of its Phoenix Lithographing unit with New Jersey-based ICS Corporation into a new entity, the Phoenix-ICS Group of Companies. The combined company can print and mail over 100 million pieces of direct mail each month and makes special note of its minority-owned, disabled combat veteran-owned and woman-owned business classifications.

Direct mail often requires envelopes, and some printing companies have taken steps to secure their own ability to print and convert envelopes. Moore, the giant direct mail company headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma purchased Worchester Envelope in Auburn, Massachusetts. The 125-year-old acquired company operates out of a 180,000 square foot facility, offering a diverse range of converting and printing options. This follows Moore’s investment in and resurrection of the failed Colortree printing business in Richmond, Virginia which had been a major supplier of specialty envelopes to the non-profit solicitation businesses surrounding the Washington DC region.

Marek Group, a roll-up of printing and marketing service companies, based in Waukesha, Wisconsin, acquired Ecker Envelope, an envelope printing company. Marek has in the past acquired a marketing agency, a promotional products distributor, and a digital printing and mailing services company. Envelope printing capacity is now part of their mix.

Industrial Printing

JN White, an upstate New York manufacturing company operating in the corner of the printing world known as industrial printing, acquired ECI Screenprint in Watertown, Connecticut.** Both companies produce a range of products that are most often incorporated as components into other larger products. Originating as screen printers, industrial printing companies have evolved into sophisticated manufacturing operations. Products produced by JN White and the newly renamed ECI Technologies range from the simple, durable labels and decals, up to the highly engineered and complex user interface membrane switches that control everything from our office copiers to medical and military devices. JN White announced that it will continue to operate manufacturing operations at both locations, retaining ECI’s employees with plans to hire more over the next year.


* “So many books, so little time” has been attributed to rock musician Frank Zappa.

** Graphic Arts Advisors, publisher of The Target Report, served as exclusive advisors to ECI Screenprint in this transaction.

 
2021 February - Mergers and Acquisitions in the Printing, Packaging, Paper & Related Industries

Deal Party #1
(Surviving Entity)
Pre-Deal
Revenues
($Mil )


Party #1 Address


Deal Party #2
Pre-Deal
Revenues
($Mil )


Party #2 Address
Date
Deal
Public
Deal
Value
($Mil)

Deal Structure
(Intermediary)


Notes

Press
Release
Grafica Veneta No Data Trebaseleghe, Italy Lake Book Manufacturing No Data Melrose Park, IL 2/26/21 No Data Purchase of Majority Interest Book manufacturing Link
Koozie Group No Data Clearwater, FL HotLine Products No Data Saint Paul, MN 2/23/21 No Data Acquisition Imprinted calendars Link
Mill Rock Packaging
(Port co. Mill Rock Capital)
No Data New York, NY All Packaging Company No Data Aurora, CO 2/22/21 No Data Acquisition Folding cartons Link
Pocket Outdoor Media No Data Boulder, CO Outside Integrated Media No Data Santa Fe, NM 2/22/21 No Data Acquisition Magazine publishing Link
JN White No Data Perry, NY ECI Screenprint No Data Watertown, CT 2/19/21 No Data Acquisition
(Graphic Arts Advisors)
Industrial printing Link
Green Shield Limited No Data Massillon, OH FiberCorr Mills No Data Massillon, OH 2/19/21 No Data 363 Sale in Ch. 11 Corrugated sheets & rolls Link
MediaNews Group
(Port co. Alden Global Capital)
No Data Denver, CO Tribune Publishing No Data Chicago, IL 2/16/21 $428.4 Purchase of Majority Interest Metro newspaper Link
Color Concepts No Data Capelle aan den
IJssel,
Netherlands
The Wrap Institute No Data Amsterdam, Holland 2/15/21 No Data Merger Wide format education Link
Avery Dennison $6,970 Glendale, CA JDC Solutions $30.0 Mount Juliet, TN 2/15/21 $24.0 Acquisition Pressure-sensitive tapes Link
Pixelle Specialty Solutions
(Port co. Lindsay Goldberg)
No Data Spring Grove, PA Specialty Papers Business
(Div. Appvion)
No Data Appleton, WI 2/15/21 No Data Acquisition Specialty paper manufacturing Link
Moore No Data Tulsa, OK Worchester Envelope No Data Auburn, MA 2/12/21 No Data Acquisition Envelope manufacturing Link
Phoenix Group $128.5 Philadelphia, PA ICS Corporation No Data West Deptford, NJ 2/11/21 No Data Merger Direct mail services Link
Lectra $286.3 Paris, France Gerber Technologies $200.0 Tolland, CT 2/9/21 $363.6 Acquisition Digital design technologies Link
Reid Newspapers No Data Weatherford, OK Miami News Record (+Titles)
(Prop. Gannett)
No Data Miami, OK 2/5/21 No Data Acquisition
(Dirks, Van Essen)
Community newspapers Link
Marek Group No Data Waukesha, WI Ecker Envelope No Data Mequon, WI 2/4/21 No Data Acquisition Envelope printing Link
AIP Publishing
(Sub. American Institute of Physics)
No Data Melville, NY University Science Books No Data Herndon, VA 2/4/21 No Data Acquisition Textbook publishing Link
   

2021 February - Bankruptcy Filings in the Printing, Packaging, Paper & Related Industries



Filing Party

Date
Case
Filed
Pre-Petition
Revenues
($Mil )



Case #



Filing Party Address



Circuit



Region & City



Judge



Attorney for Debtor



Notes
Chapter 11 Filings:
No Chapter 11 Filings Found this Month --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
Chapter 7 Filings:
ECO Printing LLC 2/21/21 No Data 21-11371 Teaneck, NJ  3rd New Jersey
Newark
Stacey L. Meisel Russell L. Low Printing & copying
Pacific Northwest Print & Fulfillment 2/4/21 No Data 21-00159 Spokane, WA 9th Eastern WA
Frederick P. Corbit Kevin O'Rourke Commercial printing


2021 February - Non-Bankruptcy Closures in the Printing, Packaging, Paper & Related Industries



Closed Company / Facility

Date of Closure
Pre-Closure
Revenues
($Mil )



Closing Address
Related PartyRelated Party
Address
Date Closure Public


Notes

Press
Releases
News & Observer, Herald-SunApr-21No DataGarner, NCMcClatchySacramento, CAFeb-21Outsourcing of printing newspapersLink
United Press & GraphicsMar-21No DataHartland, WIHeritage PrintingBrookfield, WIFeb-21Commercial printingLink