Wallace Graphics Relocates Operations to Gwinnett County Wallace Graphics Relocates Operations to Gwinnett County
Wallace Graphics, a leading printing solutions provider, joined Partnership Gwinnett to announce the expansion of its operations in Gwinnett County. The announcement represents more... Wallace Graphics Relocates Operations to Gwinnett County

Wallace Graphics, a leading printing solutions provider, joined Partnership Gwinnett to announce the expansion of its operations in Gwinnett County. The announcement represents more than 50 new jobs and $1.2 million in capital investment for the community.

Wallace Graphics state-of-the-art 70,000 square-foot facility located at 2450 Meadowbrook Parkway, is home to the companys headquarters and warehouse, which includes sales, customer service and print production.

Wallace Graphics is well positioned as a leader in the printing solutions industry, said John Wallace, CEO of Wallace Graphics. Our expansion to Gwinnett allows us to improve our work pool and centralize distribution.

This expansion will allow the family-owned business to increase its project volume and expand to a larger client base. With additional production space and a growing team of more than 134 employees, Wallace Graphics expects to design, pack and mail hundreds of thousands of high-quality marketing materials per week.

Gwinnett is committed to creating the right environment for businesses to thrive and this announcement is a testament to the work that has been done, said Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chair, Charlotte Nash. Were thrilled that Wallace Graphics has chosen to make Gwinnett their home for business.

As a leader in the printing industry, Wallace Graphics produces a range of products and stellar customer service that has earned the company recognition as a top 10 commercial printing company in metro Atlanta for two consecutive years. The company has also been recognized as a top 400 printing company in the U.S. and Canada for more than four consecutive years.

The expansion of Wallace Graphics highlights Gwinnett and the metro region as an ideal destination for companies seeking to expand their operations in a collaborative business community, said Lauren Lambiase, Community and Economic Development Manager for Georgia Power.

In 2016, Wallace Graphics acquired Alpharetta-based MegaBytes Digital, a large format digital printing company. The acquisition represents Wallace Graphics expansion from a core printing business to a large format printing category.

Gwinnett continues to attract best-in-class companies seeking sustainable growth, said Andrew Carnes, Sr. Director of Economic Development for Partnership Gwinnett. This expansion is another testament to Gwinnetts ability to create a marketplace where businesses can thrive. We look forward to whats in store for the future of Wallace Graphics.

To learn more about Wallace Graphics please visit www.wallacegraphics.com

For more information, or to learn how to get involved in local economic development efforts, please visit www.partnershipgwinnett.com.

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