Greenville-based commercial printing company TruColor has acquired the print division of its longtime competitor, Greenville Office Supply.
The acquisition will allow TruColor to increase its sales while continuing to grow and reinvest in the company, according to a news release. Financial details were not provided.
TruColor plans to onboard all employees from the print division of Greenville Office Supply and purchase new equipment, including an offset press, platemaker, and digital press, in order to cater to its newly expanded list of customers, according to the release.
“With this acquisition, it was supremely important that we offered employment to all GOS print shop employees,” said Ray Truluck, owner of TruColor, in the release. “Customers should continue to get exactly what they expect. We hope to provide a higher level of printing expertise with our expanded sales force.”
Charles Scales, owner and CEO of Greenville Office Supply, said his company is “narrowing our focus on our fastest-growing sectors: janitorial supplies, promotional items and apparel, furniture, coffee service, and of course, office supply products.”
“Our business has been a part of Greenville for 50 years, and with my three sons working here, we are committed to another 50,” Scales said.
For more information, visit www.trucoloronline.com.