New technology delivers large-volume print jobs at remarkably fast speeds

 BONITA SPRINGS, Fla., December 5, 2018– Presstige Printing, Southwest Florida’s premier commercial print and direct mail provider, announced that it recently acquired new direct mail production equipment and amplified its direct mail manufacturing capabilities with the purchase of an MCS Eagle 30 Inkjet print system. A leader in the direct mail industry, the company is committed to investing in machinery to deliver the advantages of the latest in print technology to their customers. 

Presstige Printing manages print and direct mail services for more than 1000 clients across the United States. Experts in the industry, the company is a full-service resource for customers, handling every step of the print and mail production on-site, saving them time and money while eliminating the challenges of working with multiple vendors. Presstige Printing joins the ranks of the largest print companies in the country with its acquisition of the MCS Eagle 30. 

One of the most robust mailing systems in the industry, the Eagle 30 is a high-caliber print system with superior print quality, high capacity and volume, as well as mind-boggling processing speed. In its first 30 days of running the machine, Presstige Printing processed and printed over 12 million pieces on this game-changing piece of equipment. Commercial accounts leveraging this technology can now complete large direct mail campaigns in a fraction of the time without sacrificing quality.

“The capabilities of the Eagle 30 propel Presstige Printing into the future of the direct mail manufacturing industry, allowing us to provide customers with high-quality mail pieces at a much bigger scale than ever before,” commented Wes Weidenmiller, VP of sales at Presstige Printing.   “We can now quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively manage direct mail jobs that could previously only be processed at the 5 or 6 largest printing companies in the country, and at a speed we could only dream about.”

About Presstige Printing

Presstige Printing caters to premier Southwest Florida businesses, publications and non-profit organizations of all sizes and industries while serving numerous national Fortune 500 clients. Annual regional and national award winner for print and production quality at the Printing Association of Florida’s Florida Print Awards, the company is redefining excellence in print by delivering cutting-edge technology to their clients through investment in new equipment and custom digital storefronts. Their 18,000+ square foot Bonita Springs, Florida, production facility employs 50 people and completes all printing and mailing in-house, and their dual environmental certifications allow them to ensure that print projects can be FSC®certified. Additional information about Presstige Printing is available at

PRESS RELEASE: JKG Group Offers Additional Product Packaging Capabilities

JKG Group Offers Additional Product Packaging Capabilities

Versatile Sachet Packs and Samples Packets Now Available

Deerfield Beach, Fla., Sept. 21, 2018 – JKG Group today announced the addition of new, high-demand product packaging capabilities at its manufacturing plant in Deerfield Beach, which serves businesses throughout Florida, the Southeast, and Latin America. The company has added new equipment for pouch packs, including sachet and sample packets for creams, serums, tablets, capsules and powders.

“We’re dedicated to reinvesting in our business and expanding our services to meet demand,” said Adam Gittlin, president of JKG Group. “This investment dramatically extends our product packaging capabilities, enabling our clients to enjoy the competitive advantages of single-source packaging services under one roof.”


Versatile sachet packaging accommodates creams, serums, tablets, capsules and powders, and provides four-sided sealing, hole punch, perforation, lot and date code printing and other important functionality.

Many product formulators and manufacturers are transitioning to smarter packaging. Offering soft-sided pouch packs to replace rigid plastic packaging is increasingly popular, says Gittlin, observing that pouch packs use less packaging material, create less solid waste, require less shelf space, and cost less to ship.

JKG Group provides a full spectrum of product packaging services, from design, dielining and prototyping to printing and fine finishing—as well as warehousing, kitting, fulfillment and shipping services. The company produces custom packaging for cosmetics and beauty products as well as for sports equipment, leather goods, jewelry, apparel, small household appliances, hair care accessories, nutritional supplements and other consumer packaged goods.

JKG Group is a First Place winner in the 2018 Package Printing Excellence Awards and a 2018 Florida Print Awards Gold winner for outstanding booklet and catalog printing. The company ranks among the top ten commercial printers in South Florida, according to the South Florida Business Journal.


About JKG Group

JKG Group helps businesses achieve great marketing results through highly effective product packaging, on-time kitting and fulfillment services, quality commercial printing, and well-executed direct mail programs driven by leading edge technologies in a modern 90,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility. JKG Group services have helped clients across a wide range of industries improve their marketing effectiveness since 1984. With a passion for innovation, a powerful can-do attitude, and more than 2,000 years of combined experience, JKG Group has the knowledge and expertise to enhance the success of any business. Learn more at

Contact: or 954.794.7616



Press release from the issuing company - 08/09/18

Company leadership announced last week a major reorganization which constitutes a full merger with holding companies BindTech LLC of Nashville and Finish Line Binderies LLC, of Cleveland.  Finish Line will be fully integrated with BindTech, the industry-leading book bindery service provider, and adopt the latter company’s branding. The integration of the two companies will improve the customer experience by streamlining fulfillment processes, which will speed up turnaround times and improve logistics.

Chairman of the parent company Signet LLC, Anthony Manna, explains why the timing was right for two companies to come together under his ownership.  “There is tremendous consolidation occurring in the print bindery and fulfillment industry.  This merger will allow for a much stronger position in the market as we leverage the strengths of both plants which come together to form one formidable brand,” says Manna.

With manpower challenges facing the book-binding industry to keep graphic arts manufacturers and service providers stocked with talented workers, co-owner John Helline sees this merger as a major benefit to his workforce - which will in turn benefit the marketplace.  “This merger allows us to more effectively allocate and deploy talent, and to streamline internal resources and processes to recruit and retain skilled talent,” says Helline.

Established in 1937 in Cleveland, OH Finish Line Binderies has been a leader in the book binding industry, specializing in perfect and mechanical bookbinding to exceed client’s expectations, utilizing experienced personnel and state-of-the-art equipment.

BindTech LLC is a premier national book bindery with a vast range of manufacturing capabilities that service major printers and publishers throughout the United States. Growing into one of the largest privately owned trade bindery/book manufacturers in the country, BindTech’s commitment to quality and service has earned a trusted name throughout the graphic arts industry.

Management will now be able to leverage both plants’ strengths, which will present many benefits to their respective client bases.  

The Nashville division specializes in hard cover binding (both adhesive and sewn) and mechanical binding (both plastic coil and double wire).

The Cleveland division specializes in mechanical binding (double wire, plastic coil, and spiral wire), kitting and fulfillment.

“This merger allows us to become a solutions provider for our clients by allowing us to address their needs with a holistic approach.  We can allocate resources and execute logistics at a higher level utilizing the resources and benefits of each location,” says Chad Dillon, General Manager of BindTech. Dillon, who worked in management at Finish Line for many years now oversees both divisions from the Nashville location.

“The move allows for integration of logistics which will improve turnaround times and efficiency in bids and workflows. Being able to load-share jobs and produce solutions geographically will help our sales pitch tremendously,” Dillon added.

The merger also eliminates conflicts for the client base with the two binderies in potential competition for market share.

Company leadership also announced the promotion of David Marvin, now Division Manager of the Cleveland plant (formerly Finish Line), and the hiring of Mackenzie Koupal to the position of Division Controller of the Graphic Arts Group.

“I am very excited to be leading our Cleveland plant and look forward to our future collective growth,” says Marvin.  “This merger will create substantial value for our customers through increased capacity as well as a wider range of finishing needs in multiple locations. Each location brings many years of experience and expertise to take on any challenge.  I look forward to building new relationships as well as maintaining the great relationships that have already been established,” says Marvin.

Mackenzie Koupal says that the merger will help streamline the entire operation while bringing the two organizations closer together as one “family”.  “While both companies work cohesively already, the merger will allow simplicity from a customer standpoint and operations. Additionally, this merger will cement the family feel between the two entities and allow for us to streamline accounting and HR processes,” says Koupal.

Company leadership expects the two companies to be fully integrated by the third quarter of 2018.

About BindTech LLC
Book binding is a family tradition at BindTech. Over four generations of excellence in this trade, and over 68 years of continued experience has earned our employees the title of "Master Craftsmen". From coast to coast, BindTech services major printers and publishers throughout the United States. From perfect binding to deluxe gilded edge leather binding, and everything in between, attention to detail is sewn in every stitch, and time honored traditions of binding are performed by employees who each day stand behind our name. With operating plants in Nashville and Cleveland, BindTech's commitment to quality and service has earned a trusted name throughout the Graphic Arts industry, a name which will forever preserve the ties that bind. Visit

About Signet LLC
Signet brings an innovative, unconventional approach to global investment that embodies creativity and forward thinking to achieve long-term success. With leadership and expertise in the areas of project structuring, capital formation, operational investment and management, we tailor strategy and resources to meet each unique opportunity. Boundless in ideas and tactics, Signet has spent 20+ years crafting collaborative partnerships that advance initiatives in real estate, diversified manufacturing, health and wellness, emerging technologies, investment banking and finance.Learn more at

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Industry Icon Retiring

Dennis DeHainaut, VP of Sales for BindTech has decided to retire after forty-five years.

Dennis started in the Graphic Arts industry in 1973 with Earle and Jones, a promotional packaging company in NYC. He served as their VP of Sales covering the northeast. Collectively, they grew the company into a nationwide organization called The Jones Colad Group with manufacturing facilities in NYC, Buffalo NY, Atlanta GA and Los Angeles, CA.

He then moved to Nashville with Rand McNally when they acquired Nicholstone Book Bindery. As Rand was exiting the Book business, he joined Dale Nichols who had just started BindTech, Inc. in a small leased building with a handful of employees in 1995 as their VP of Sales. Over 20+ years BindTech became the largest, privately held book bindery in the country with 300 employees operating out of two facilities totaling of 190,000 sq. feet.

In January 2016, he became the Executive VP and held that position until March of 2017 when Signet Enterprises acquired BindTech. BindTech now joins Finish Line Binderies out of Cleveland OH and Publishers Storage & Shipping Company out of Ypsilanti / Ann Arbor MI, and Fitchburg, MA as part of Signet’s footprint in the Graphic Arts industry.

Replacing individuals, like Dennis, is not just a tall task. It is down right impossible! He has touched so many lives in our industry and has left a lasting impression on the Graphic Arts world. He truly will be missed, and we wish him the absolute best with his retirement. We encourage those who have worked with Dennis to send him a note. His email is We appreciate you giving him a sendoff that someone of his magnitude deserves.

Written by Chad Dillon
VP – Operations and Sales
Finish Line Binderies
Nashville, TN.
615-834-0404 Ext. 116

USPS Dedicates Stamp to the PAF

U.S. Postal Service Dedicates Stamp to the Printing Association of Florida

FORT LAUDEDALE, FL – February 24, 2018 – Postmaster David Guiney presented a U.S. Flag Forever stamp to the Printing Association of Florida (PAF) at the Graphics of the Americas 2018 Expo in Fort Lauderdale, FL. PAF president Gabriel Hernandez accepted the award on the GOA Expo Stage Accompanying the two men on the stage was an enlarged copy of the stamp, boldly displaying the U.S. Flag.

During his presentation, Mr. Guiney spoke about the flag’s meaning to him and his family as one of his sons proudly serves in the U.S. Navy.

“Since 1957, the Postal Service has produced colorful stamps that celebrate the American flag in all of its beautiful red, white and blue glory. Through this stamp, the Postal Service reminds us all of the importance of showing our patriotism and pride all year round.”

Mr. Hernandez, the PAF president, proudly excepted the dedication. “We thank the U.S. Postal Service for this honor. The Florida printing industry is full of those who have served, or those who have family members that have served this wonderful country as members of the armed forces. The American flag means so much to them and to all of us at the PAF. This beautiful stamp serves as a reminder of the true heroes that ensure we can enjoy peace and prosperity here at home.”

The oversized copy of the stamp now hangs in the PAF headquarters. It features a digital illustration of a flag with crisp folds and a contemporary look. A shadow on the small, visible portion of the back suggests a sense of depth. Kit Hinrichs, a San Francisco artist, created the image.

The U.S. flag first appeared on a postage stamp in 1869, but it wasn’t until 1957 that stamps began featuring full-color images of the flag.

JKG Group Expands Product Packaging Services Market

JKG Group Expands Product Packaging Services Market
Acquisition in Orlando Area Brings Full Suite of Services to Central Florida

Deerfield Beach, Fla., April 3, 2018– JKG Group today announced the company is now offering product packaging and other services to businesses in Central Florida from its newest location in Orange City.  JKG Group provides product packaging services that include design, prototyping, printing, finishing, storage, kitting and fulfillment for products ranging from health, beauty and other personal care items, to jewelry, handbags and luxury retail goods, to sample packs and sachets used for promotional purposes.

“Custom product packaging is one of our specialties, and we’ve developed outstanding designs for well-known national cosmetics and beauty products firms as well as for some very creative entrepreneurs right here in South Florida,” said Adam Gittlin, president of JKG Group.“The product packaging market is robust and dynamic, and we’re pleased to be able to extend our expertise to formulators, laboratories, retailers and entrepreneurs in the Orlando and Tampa markets.”

After topping $25 Billion in 2016, the global market for personal care packaging alone is expected to reach $34.3 Billion by 2022 and $44.2 Billion by 2024, according to independent research reports by Research and Markets and Variant Market Research.

Product packaging serves many functions.  Great packaging captures buyer attention on crowded shelves to increase a brand’s competitive edge.  Refreshed packaging can breathe new life into existing products, and exciting new designs are vital to introduce new products.  Structurally well-designed packaging reduces damage, contamination and theft in transit, in storage, and in store.  Captivating packaging can also improve the impact of promotional mailings by boosting response rates.

JKG Group packaging services were featured in a March 2018 article by Packaging World, one of the packaging industry’s leading publications.

About JKG Group

JKG Group helps businesses achieve great marketing results through high-performance commercial printing, cleverly-designed product packaging, well-executed direct mail programs, on-time kitting and fulfillment services and more—all driven by leading edge technologies and backed by agile online systems.  JKG Group services have helped clients across a wide range of industries improve their marketing effectiveness since 1984. With a passion for innovation, a powerful can-do attitude, and more than 2,000 years of combined experience, JKG Group has the knowledge and expertise to enhance the success of any business. Learn more at

Contact:  Gail Blount, JKG Group, Inc. / gblount@jkggroup.comor 954.794.7616

SunDance Wins Big at the 2018 FSEA Gold Leaf Awards

ORLANDO, Fla., April 19, 2018 – SunDance (, an Orlando-based marketing, mail, design and print company, today reported they received 4 Gold Leaf Awards at the 25th Annual FSEA Awards Ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee. The awards were presented by the Foil & Specialty Effects Association on April 12th, at the FSEA-IADD Joint Conference Special Awards Reception. Each year, the Foil & Specialty Effects Association receives hundreds of entries from all over the world and a panel of industry experts choose winners that demonstrate the best in foil stamping, embossing and other specialty effects.

Our goal at SunDance is to provide top-quality service and results to each and every one of our clients, and we are proud to be recognized as leaders and innovators in the field of specialty finishing techniques and effects.

SunDance’s 2018 Gold Leaf Awards:
Most Creative Use of Special Die-cut:
Interstruct Brochure

Best Use of Laser Cutting:
Spinning Business Card

Best Use of Foil and Embossing–Calendar:
Thank You Calendar Poster

Most Creative Use of Foil and Embossing—Greeting Card:
Golf Channel Holiday Card SunDance Wins Big at the 2018 FSEA Gold Leaf Awards!

About SunDance
SunDance is an innovative print solutions company focused on delivering quality cost-effective and timely solutions with exceptional customer service. Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility boasts a distinctive assortment of equipment perfectly paired to give our clients the advantages they want and need. For more information about the SunDance Experience, visit or contact Kandi Johansmeyer, 407.563.5004.