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Gintzler expands with space

July 20, 2005

Late in September, Gintzler Graphics Inc. celebrated its expansion with a “Showcase Gala,” an open house at its Buffalo, NY, headquarters attended by visitors from throughout the eastern United States. The occasion was the celebration of Gintzler’s newly expanded 54,000 square foot facility and its recent equipment upgrades.
In the last year, Gintzler Graphics has invested nearly $3 million in the business, completing a 15,000 square-foot addition, acquiring a digital platemaking system, purchasing a new 10-color UV flexo/rotary screen press, and upgrading the capabilities of its other 14 printing presses.
“We’re very proud of our facility and our people, said Franklin J. Nice, president and CEO. “We wanted to provide our valued customers with an opportunity to tour our newly renovated plant, see our expanded capabilities, meet the people who work on their projects, and thank them for their business.”
Founded in 1916, Gintzler Graphics is a narrow web label and product identification printer and converter. It employs 65 people. Gintzler provides a wide range of products and services, including but not limited to: cGMP labels, prime labels, extended content labels, hot stamped labels, RFID labels, shrink labels and sleeves, tags, industrial converting, precision slitting/sheeting/diecutting, and complete in-house prepress operations.
Markets served include food and beverage, pharmaceutical and OTC drugs, medical products, cosmetic and personal care, wine and spirits, household chemical products, industrial and agricultural chemicals, computers and electronics, plastics, automotive, and light

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