Capacity to mail up to 5,000,000 Pieces Per Day
3 Production Facilities
2019 – Major Equipment Expansion
Summit adds two more inkjet web-presses to its fleet bringing its total number of web presses to six. Hi-Speed color digital envelope personalization is added to insertion lines, as well as new digital sheet-fed printing equipment.
2017 – Facility Acquisition
Summit Purchases an additional 100,000 square feet of production capacity, giving it three facilities and over 200,000 square feet.
2016 – E-Commerce
A Web to Print company is acquired. E-Commerce storefronts, software, and personnel are merged along with equipment into Summit, and new online stores are built
2015 – Fulfillment and Transactional Mail Established
A fulfillment and transaction Mail division is established in a new Soc2 certified facility. New clients are added in the Healthcare, Government Agencies, and Statement sectors. Fulfillment is added using E-Commerce software to manage pick and pack order shipping for highly customized programs.
2009 – Texas Offset Printing Founded
Lone Star Web (Commercial Web-Offset Printer) is acquired and Texas Offset Printing is formed to serve the needs of Summit Direct Mail and its customers.
2003 - Summit Direct Mail Founded
John Barber starts Summit Direct Mail in Dallas, Texas. Facility is located nearby the Dallas Bulk Mail Center, and operates as a high letter-shop serving hi-volume national direct marketing clients. The USPS operates a Detached Mail Unit on-site.
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