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I.D. Images acquires Heather Label

February 22, 2011

The acquisition is the third in 18 months for the Ohio based converter.

I.D. Images, a label converter based in Brunswick, OH, USA, has acquired the assets of Heather Label, Matthews, NC. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

“This is our third strategic acquisition in the last 18 months. We continue to invest in the business and we are excited to have a physical presence in the southeast US. We now have four production facilities, each with unique production capabilities. All four facilities have common abilities to warehouse for our distribution partners,” said Brian Gale, I.D. Images’ president.

I.D. Images will continue to maintain operations at the existing Heather Label facility and expects to expand products distributed out of that facility to better serve customers in that region.

A manufacturer of converted label media, I.D. Images serves such markets as transportation and logistyics, food and beverage, consumer durables, and healthcare. The company’s product offering includes thermal transfer labels, ribbons, direct thermal, laser and integrated labels and cards, on various paper and film or synthetic substrates. In addition, I.D. Images offers custom label capabilities, including spot and digital printing, multi-web laminations and diecutting. The company maintains manufacturing and distribution locations in the Cleveland area (Brunswick), Cincinnati, Chicago, and Charlotte. I.D. Images sells exclusively through distribution with a primary focus on packaging distributors, value added resellers and other label converters.

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