Eugene printer goes green


Eugene-based Shelton Turnbull Printers has been around since 1924, but now is shaking its stodgy image and going green.

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Eugene-based Shelton Turnbull Printers has been producing business forms since it was founded in 1924.

Now, the company is shaking its stodgy image and going green.

But the new reality is a company that [president Barry Miller] describes as embracing technology and green practices. The combination of new social and traditional financial values means the company has not only survived but grown in a tough economy while some long-time local competitors have shut their doors.

Today, the company’s website describes it as an “integrated graphic resources” firm — a description that only partially reflects the changes it has gone through in the past decade.

Read more at The Register-Guard.

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