Huston Patterson and Sigma Graphics merge with Lewisburg Printing Company

Huston Patterson and Sigma Graphics (together, “HP”), leading suppliers of highly graphic printed materials, announced that the companies have merged with Lewisburg Printing Company (“LPC”). LPC, a portfolio company of Radial Equity Partners, manufactures printed materials and packaging for a wide range of markets, including personal care, food and beverage, healthcare and other consumer markets. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Founded in 1895 in Decatur, Illinois, Huston Patterson manufactures printed materials for the packaging and point-of-sale markets. The company is a G7 master printer with a wide range of capabilities, including large and small format lithographic and digital printing as well as value-added prepress and finishing services. The company delivers unparalleled value and performance through the effective use of technology and know-how. Sigma Graphics, located in Ottawa, Illinois, is the specialty products division of Huston Patterson.

“Our goal has always been to exceed our customers’ expectations and be the best partner and employer in the printed materials and wide format packaging industry,” said Huston Patterson President Tonya Kowa-Morelli. . “I am delighted to be able to extend our value proposition to our employees, customers and suppliers. Both LPC and HP have been leaders in the printing industry for over 125 years. Our partnership, along with the support of Radial, will provide the ideal platform for continued growth. »

huston patterson“HP has a strong reputation as a high-quality supplier and brings complementary manufacturing capabilities, customer relationships and geographic reach,” said Hale Hawkins, IV, CEO of LPC. “We share a philosophy of exceeding customer expectations, delivering unmatched speed to market and providing exceptional service. We look forward to working with the talented team at HP as we continue to grow both organically and through acquisitions.

The merger is a continuation of Radial Equity Partners’ focus on investing in the packaging industry. The Radial team previously led packaging investments in Alpha Packaging, Chesapeake Corporation, Mold-Rite Plastics and Multi Packaging Solutions.

About Huston Patterson:

Founded in 1895, HP has a reputation for being at the forefront of innovation in the large format printing and packaging industries. Huston Patterson is a G7 master printer with capabilities including large and small format lithographic and digital printing as well as value-added prepress and finishing services. HP employs approximately 80 employees at two locations in Illinois and proudly provides printed solutions to the packaging and display industries. HP management and employees are focused on embedding the principles of trust, integrity and commitment into the success of every customer. For more information about HP, visit www.hustonpatterson.com.

About LPC:

Founded in 1898, LPC is a manufacturer of printed materials and packaging with strong graphics. LPC is a G7 master printer and offers a wide range of capabilities including large and small format lithographic, flexographic and digital printing as well as value-added prepress and finishing services to provide its customers with high quality printed solutions. quality. LPC has approximately 250 employees located in Tennessee and Texas with a mission to ensure that its customers receive products and services that exceed their expectations with industry-leading speed to market. More information about LPC is available at www.lpcink.com.

About Radial:

Radial is a private equity firm focused on investing in middle market companies serving consumer and industrial markets. Radial invests in businesses where the team can apply its previous experience and network of industry relations to provide insight and support to its management partners. More information about Radial is available at www.radialequity.com.

Source: Huston Patterson

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