CC3 Plans Dallas-Area Production Facility

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Direct marketing services provider CC3, Ivyland, PA, said yesterday that it would open a 95,000-square-foot production facility in the Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, area by the end of the year.


The site will provide litho printing, laser personalization, insertion, fulfillment and other direct mail services. It will offer continuous and cut-sheet laser printers, high-speed inserters, multi-color sheet-fed, UV and heat-set web/litho presses, among other equipment capabilities.


The Dallas/Fort Worth location will act as the company's Central U.S. location, joining its Eastern facility and headquarters in Ivyland and its Western facility in Downey, CA. The firm also has a list and database brokerage and management division in Bohemia, NY.


CC3 said the new site would generate almost 250 jobs in the community in the next year.


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