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October 18, 2015 2015 Connecticut Family Business Awards Finalist — Category: 200+ full-time Employees

Allied Printing Services Inc.

Employees at Allied let their holiday spirit shine by participating in an ugly sweater and tie contest.
Allied's Kevin Howard, Barry Johnson and Santiago Ruiz run a printer color check.
Allied Printing executives John G. Sommers, John F. Sommers, Heather Sommers, Betina Sommers and Gerry Sommers break ground on a plant addition.

What are the family values of Allied Printing Services?

Pride, commitment and dedication are at the core of Allied's family values. Every employee plays a part in our quality products. We believe in remaining true to our craft, to ourselves and to our customers, to whom we owe our growth and success

How do we plan to keep Allied Printing Services going even after our current top executive retires?

Our 29-year-old CEO is currently developing a succession plan, after taking over the company three years ago following the sudden death of his father in 2013.

What are our most significant accomplishments in the past 12 months?

• Installed 4,540 solar panels, one of the largest rooftop arrays in Connecticut as part of our sustainability program.

• Built a secure encrypted data center with real and virtual limited access to ensure security of customer files.

• Invested in ourselves through significant capital expenditures on new equipment.

• Hosted our first employee wellness fair.

• Created jobs and increased employment opportunities through double-digit growth.n

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