Meyers, one of the leaders in printed signage, labels, and retail displays has acquired the sheet-fed business unit from Insignia Systems (ISI) to further refine its products and service for the grocery industry.
Meyers and ISI have been collaborating for over 10 years, working on a variety of printed products. The company believes this acquisition will allow further refinements and ultimately offer the best products and service to the grocery industry.
‘We’re very excited to continue manufacturing high-quality sheet-fed labels for ISI’s end customers. And, this acquisition allows us to bring a ton of other valuable print services to these clients, including retail signage, displays and more,’ commented Mike Lane, CEO of Meyers.
‘Grocery is a hugely important industry segment, it always has been, but that’s especially true with the lifestyle changes so many of us have made during the pandemic. Meyers is going to continue the ISI’s legacy as a trusted partner in this critically important industry,’ added Lane.
Kevin Mathews, formerly vice president of custom print solutions at ISI, has joined the team at Meyers and is continuing to lead this business unit.
‘The retail grocery industry has evolved dramatically during the past several years and the changes continue to accelerate due to a variety of new challenges, said Mathews. ‘Our retail partners are constantly evaluating what is working and what requires transformation as shopper’s tendencies and expectations change.
‘Effective suppliers like Meyers understand these unique challenges and work closely with clients to adjust tactics and strategies in order to provide real working solutions. This acquisition provides improved capabilities and increased support to current ISI clients and positions Meyers to continue its expansion into the Grocery channel and I am very excited to be part of that.’
Meyers and ISI anticipate the integration of this business unit to be completed as soon as in the next few days and the sheet-fed label team will work out of the Meyers’ headquarters in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.