Ironmark traces its roots back to 1955 when it was founded as Frank Gumpert Printing, but the company doesn’t let its long history get in the way of its innovation. Ironmark prides itself on being on the cutting edge in terms of its technology infrastructure and production platform. It’s a full-service operation with a wide
range of capabilities, including offset, digital, production inkjet, and wide format printing along with a complete bindery operation. Ironmark also offers creative services, web development, digital marketing, mailing, and logistics.
The company has grown through acquisitions –seven since 2014 – and organically, recording about $40 million in annual revenues today compared to $11 million in 2010. “Our model is to be the print communications company of tomorrow,” said Matt Marzullo, Ironmark’s President. Around 2010, Ironmark wanted to begin developing a technology platform that would help the company continue its forward momentum and better serve emerging customer requirements. As part of this process, the company acquired its first Horizon system, the StitchLiner 5500, from Standard Finishing in April 2010 in response to landing a large piece of new business.