STAHLS’ Announces Walker Supply Company as Master Distributor

According to STAHLS', Walker Supply will serve as an extension of its product offering to the Mid-Atlantic region

Kent and Kyle Walker (Image courtesy STAHLS')

STAHLS’ announces Walker Supply Company as a partner within its master distributor program.

According to STAHLS’, the demand for materials and equipment is at an all-time high, and it recognizes the importance of making its products as accessible as possible — leading to its welcome of Walker Supply Company as a master distributor due to its ability to “help its customers get the materials when they need them most.”

Walker Supply Company has been a distributor of printing and specialty graphics supplies and equipment since 1927. According to the company, during that time, Walker Supply has served graphic art needs, from small companies to large corporations. The company says it is excited to bring the STAHLS’ brand to its customers.

According to STAHLS’, Walker Supply will serve as an extension of its product offering to the Mid-Atlantic region and allow orders to be delivered the next day without the costs typically associated with overnight shipping.

“Over the past several years, we have witnessed a significant increase in activity relating to heat transfer products and decorative apparel,” says Kent Walker, vice president, Walker Supply Company. “Walker Supply has a 95-year history in graphics technology ranging from photo engraving, letterpress, offset, digital prepress, signage, and specialty graphics. We view this new venture as the next step in this evolution. “

Walker continues, “Keeping significant inventory in our Rockville, Maryland, warehouse and providing a web portal for ordering STAHLS’ and Hotronix products will help customers in the Mid-Atlantic get products they need with next-day delivery.”

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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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