Hughes Hubbard & Reed represented Stamford, Conn.-based Cenveo, Inc. in the sale of its forms and business documents group to Ennis, Inc., a Texas-based maker of printed business products and apparel, which closed on Feb. 10, 2012.
Cenveo, a leading global provider of print and related resources, said the sale, including the $80 million Printegra and PrintXcel brands, is expected to better position the company for continued growth and success.
“Cenveo’s Documents Group has built its leading position and strong reputation on producing business forms and document products to meet a variety of business customer needs,” Chairman and CEO Robert G. Burton Sr. said in a press release. “This divestiture allows Cenveo to focus on our core operations including labels, specialty packaging, envelopes, print and content management.”
Ken Lefkowitz and Dan Litowitz led the Hughes Hubbard team, which included Andy Braiterman, Sam Sultanik, Alex Anderson, Wayne Josel, Bruce Goldberger, Tom Furst, Jenny Liang, Robyn Morris and Erin DeCecchis.