COO Charlie Cox cites printing and packing, advanced capabilities and more as key to the company’s success.
Anthony Locicero, Associate Editor11.12.19
Ann and Brian Turbeville had built their garage-based business, Lightning Printing, into a print shop – with two retail locations – specializing in letterhead, business cards, postcards and brochures.
In 2005, the couple acquired Wallace Carlson Printing, which was run by Jay and Glenn Carlson. The company, named for their father and founder, has roots that dated back to 1931.
The Turbevilles kept the Wallace Carlson name and expanded their business’s capabilities, and the company has enjoyed growth ever since. Charlie Cox, the company’s chief operations officer, joined the company in 2010, and recalled how the brand has grown into what it is today, by creating efficiencies on the production floor and introducing new technology that further expands Wallace Carlson’s offerings.
A Komori Lithrone G840LP-H-UV eight-color perfecting press and several Brausse diecutting and finishing machines were added in recent years and formed the cornerstone of a n
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