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Hackworth Celebrates 30 Years, Relocates Suffolk Office

The Virginia PSP offers everything from copy and fax services to wide-format banners and signs, graphic design, and more

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Chesapeake, Virginia-based print service provider (PSP) Hackworth, moves its Suffolk office to the Suffolk Shopping Center off Main Street.

The new location doubles the size of the previous office space enabling Hackworth to expand its products and services to the Suffolk and Western Tidewater marketplace.

A primary addition is the Xerox Iridesse Production Press, which can print true metallic silver and gold ink. The Iridesse Press offers four, five, and six production color printing; high-capacity feeding, stacking, and finishing; inline finishing of landscape letter/A4 full-bleed booklets and a print speed of 120 pages per minute.

“I am very excited about the expansion and new location of our Suffolk office. To accommodate the growth we have experienced in the past two years, we are doubling our square footage and doubling our site staff from two to four employees. The Suffolk Shopping Center on Main Street makes it easy to locate us and has great visibility next to Belk and Kroger. I am very optimistic that this location will continue to grow and look forward to becoming a stronger business partner in the City of Suffolk and the surrounding communities,” says Charles Hackworth II, vice president.

The Hackworth Suffolk office continues to operate as a FedEx Authorized ShipCenter. Other available products include walk-in copy and fax, blueprints, graphic design, large-format banners and signs, posters, business cards, decals, brochures, wall and vehicle wraps, and other print services.

This year marks 30 years for the state-certified small business. The company was founded in 1991 when it started printing blueprints and technical documents. Today, Hackworth is a full printing, graphics, and wide-format technology solutions provider serving the Mid Atlantic. Locations include Chesapeake (main office), Suffolk, Williamsburg, Richmond, Fairfax, Manassas Park, and Chantilly.

Alexandria Bruce

Allee Bruce is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO and WRAPS magazines.

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