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Zeller+Gmelin acquires new US property

March 22, 2011

The 83,000 square foot building in Virginia sits on property large enough for planned expansion.

Ink manufacturer Zeller+Gmelin has purchased an 83,247 square foot building in Richmond, VA, USA, to expand its operations as well as enhance efficiencies and productivity. The new location will combine corporate offices, manufacturing and the warehouse distribution center.

Zeller+Gmelin’s corporate headquarters is located in Eislingen, Germany, and operates numerous manufacturing and service support facilities around the world. The 40 year old company supplies printing inks for lithography, flexography, dry offset, and screen printing to customers in more than 75 countries.

The property is large enough for expansion. In a prepared statement, Zeller+Gmelin says that it has aggressive plans for future growth.

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