Kirkwood Announces Acquisition of DGI Invisuals

DGI Invisuals is a New England-based provider of large-format prints, graphics, and displays


Kirkwood, a provider of printing, packaging, large format, and promotional product solutions, and DGI Communications announce the sale of DGI’s Invisuals print division to Kirkwood.

Since 1994, DGI Invisuals has provided large-format prints, graphics, and displays in the New England area.

According to the companies, this development underscores Kirkwood and DGI’s shared dedication to meeting their expanding customer requirements while maintaining their positions in the ever-changing landscape of their core businesses.

Robert Coppinger, CEO at Kirkwood, expressed enthusiasm about the acquisition, saying, “We are thrilled to welcome DGI Invisuals to the Kirkwood family. This partnership aligns perfectly with our commitment to delivering exceptional communication solutions. By joining forces, we will continue to elevate our services and provide our clients with the highest level of quality and customization. In addition, we look forward to collaborating with DGI Communications as a trusted partner for AV and technology solutions.”

“DGI has grown tremendously as a regional and national leader for audio-visual technology and integration,” states Mike Walsh, CEO of DGI Communication. “This transaction helps us to enter a new phase of growth for these core businesses. Kirkwood shares Invisuals’ focus on providing world-class printing services on time and on budget with an unwavering client focus. Kirkwood is an ideal home for the DGI Invisuals team, and we look forward to continued partnership between our organizations.”

Following the transaction, DGI Communications will remain focused on growing its audio-visual integration, consulting, and technology business.

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Marie Fennema

Marie Fennema is the managing editor of GRAPHICS PRO, including GRAPHICS PRO Today, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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