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Davis joins Horticultural Marketing & Printing


Horticultural Marketing & Printing, the nation's premier provider of custom plant tags, point of sale and consumer websites to growers and retailers, is proud to announce the addition of Todd Davis as Director of its OnSyte/Catalog Division.
Davis has worked in the industry for 22 years in various positions from publisher of one of the country's top horticultural trade magazines to general manager of a 9-acre landscape distribution center in Garland, Texas. He has served on multiple boards and committees with state and national trade associations, and is currently a member of the Horticultural Research Institute Board of Trustees.
The move comes on the heels of Horticultural Marketing & Printing closing its Florida facility and consolidating the OnSyte/Catalog Division with the rest of its production facilities in Mesquite, Texas. The consolidation will provide better service and decrease customers' shipping charges by centralizing fulfillment, and providing room for expansion.
The company also expanded its production capabilities with more than $2 million in new printing equipment and technology to meet its growing business.  This includes a new press dedicated to the automated production of plant tags and a state-of-the-art, large-format digital press for outdoor point of sale.
Horticultural Marketing & Printing has been an innovator in printing and visual communications for more than 50 years. Its catalog includes more than 5,000 items, and the company custom produces marketing materials for the leading brands in the industry. It's OnSyte Printing Systems allow growers and retailers to produce their own custom thermal-transfer tags, stakes and labels, saving them time and money.
"There isn't a company in the industry with a better reputation than Horticultural Marketing & Printing," Davis said. "I'm very excited to join the team and start working with growers and retailers across the country."