LAKE MARY, FLA. (April 5) – Taylor Corporation announced today that it has expanded the wide-format capabilities of its Orlando-based commercial printing facility to offer a broad range of signage to customers in the entertainment and hospitality industries as they prepare for re-opening.
Taylor serves several Florida-based theme parks and resorts, as well as high-end subdivisions, retailers, financial services and healthcare providers throughout a multi-state area.
“When the demand for signage products increased due to COVID-19 regulations, we began investing in central Florida to be ready when our customers were able to re-hire, open to broader capacity and prepare for in-person events,” said Robert Gonynor, general manager.
Taylor Lake Mary recently installed three new wide-format print devices and enhanced finishing equipment to produce large signs and banners, wall graphics, floor and window graphics, vehicle wraps and decals, and other customer-facing communication. The company also added a new 8-color perfecting offset press, upgraded ink jet devices and direct mail inserters during 2020.
Taylor provides a wide range of commercial and digital print, direct mail and packaging at its 74,000 square foot manufacturing and warehousing facility located near Orlando.
“We are truly a one-stop-shop for all of the printing, mailing and signage needs of our customers,” Gonynor said. ”Unlike many others, Taylor not only survived one of the worst years in American history, but is growing and investing towards the future. We’re better positioned than ever before to serve our market.”
Taylor Corporation is one of the top five graphic communications companies in North America. Headquartered in North Mankato, Minnesota, the company employs nearly 10,000 people across operations in 25 states and eight countries and has more than 170 total granted patents and pending applications in various areas of materials science and solution engineering.