Heads up: Fineline will be featured in an article in the print issue of Printing Impressions this week. (Also featured in the digital issue here: http://www.piworld.com/article/a-forward-thinking-focus/)
The article details Fineline’s Argentinian heritage and humble beginnings that all started with the founder, Richard Miller. Richard immigrated to New York from Argentina in 1965 at the age of 16. Driven by a penchant to helm his own business, Richard opened a small print shop in 1981 after moving to the Midwest. Thirty-five years later, Richard’s dream has flourished.
Fineline has grown to nearly $15 million in annual sales and 70 employees—both numbers that continue to climb. A recent expansion to a total footprint of 72,000 square feet is expected to bring 25 new jobs by 2019, not to mention some much-needed room for new equipment and new business.
Keeping pace with the changing technology and security demands of the print industry—specifically those of the healthcare and education verticals—Fineline continues to invest heavily in its IT Department (look out for our upcoming Beta-site reveal of Finelink 2.0!)
But with all the changes time has brought, one thing remains: dedicated employees help Fineline find success every step of the way. Many have called Fineline home for more than 20 years.
Be sure to check out the Printing Impressions article to get a sense of where we came from, where we’re going, and the impressions we’re making along the way!