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January 23, 2001 | Marc Ballon
Universal Reprographics South Inc., a family-owned Irvine printing and graphics company, said Monday that it has been acquired by rival American Reprographics Co. for an undisclosed amount of cash. A spokesman for American said the company would not lay off any of Universal's 120 workers at offices in Irvine, Costa Mesa and Orange. Family members, however, are leaving. Universal will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary and keep its name, said David Stickney, American's director of marketing.
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January 23, 2001 | Marc Ballon
Universal Reprographics South Inc., a family-owned Irvine printing and graphics company, said Monday that it has been acquired by rival American Reprographics Co. for an undisclosed amount of cash. A spokesman for American said the company would not lay off any of Universal's 120 workers at offices in Irvine, Costa Mesa and Orange. Family members, however, are leaving. Universal will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary and keep its name, said David Stickney, American's director of marketing.
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January 30, 2001
American Reprographics Co. in Glendale announced the acquisition of Universal Reprographics South Inc., based in Irvine. The acquisition includes offices in Orange and Costa Mesa in addition to the main office in Irvine. American Reprographics manages and reproduces graphics through a variety of methods, including electronic, digital and traditional photography.
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February 21, 2001 | SARAH HALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Top reprographics provider American Reprographics Co. of Glendale on Tuesday purchased Orlando Reprographics of Florida, the latest in its string of acquisitions of mom-and-pop blueprinters struggling to upgrade their operations with cutting-edge technology. Known almost entirely for its digital blueprint work within the construction industry, American Reprographics serves 110,000 customer companies in more than 100 markets nationwide.
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