Racine’s DuraColor bought by out-of-state company

Special to The Freeman

March 10, 2015

RACINE — Large format digital and screen printer DuraColor has been acquired by California-based Federal Heath Sign Company, LLC for an undisclosed amount.

According to Monday’s announcement, by purchasing DuraColor Federal Heath Sign Company will increase its “turnkey capabilities in meeting the needs of customers in worldwide market segments.” Federal Heath Sign Company specializes in signage and visual communications.

“Traditional production methods in both the printing and signage industries are being replaced with digitally printed high resolution graphics,” said Federal Heath President and CEO Kevin Stotmeister in a statement. He also said that Federal Heath continues to enter new markets, such as OEM, fleet graphics, and interior graphics programs.

“To our knowledge, no other company brings together the range of image-related products and services for major retailers as Federal Heath and DuraColor will. DuraColor looks forward to becoming part of the Federal Heath family of leading brands, with an even greater emphasis on servicing our customers and cross-selling our joint capabilities,” said DuraColor's President Peter Carey in a statement.