Arzberger: Engraved Stationery and Custom Invitations
Arzberger has become the new “go-to” resource for engraved stationery and custom invitations. Currently, Arberger is overwhelmed with new business now that Crane & Co. has decided to implement their recently announced “back to basics” strategy.
Stationers across the United States are still reeling from Crane’s decision in late December to significantly reduce customization options, ink colors, paper stock and envelope linings in an effort to reconfigure their business. Many in the industry had expected that Crane’s acquisition of William Arthur in November signaled a major push by Crane to dominate high-end fashion stationery and custom invitations. This is clearly not the case.
While Arzberger’s printing business has increased, I was informed by a spokesperson for the company that they still welcome new business from stationers and clients who seek quality and time-tested printing and classic designs. I was reassured that Arzberger has more than enough printing capacity to fill the vacuum left behind by Crane.
Azberger has produced finely crafted wedding, personal and social stationery for customers throughout the United States since 1922. From design to shipping, everything necessary to produce your stationery is done by us in our facility in Charlotte. Just because we have been doing this forever does not make us boring or dreary; to the contrary, it makes us one of the only companies in this business that has consistently been getting it right. For more information on their philosophy (which most quality stationers share), please visit their website.
For those searching for a world-class printer and design company that can easily fulfill the needs of your current Crane clients and to establish an ongoing relationship for future custom business, please acess the attached contact information for Arzberger. I will be providing additional information in later posts, but I have been overwhelmed with requests from dealers across the United States seeking alternatives to fill the vacuum left behind by Crane. Based on my initial conversations with Elizabeth Edwards, I am confident that Arzberger is more than capable of meeting the expectations of your most demanding clients.
Richard W. May
Founding Member of the Stationers Guild