New space needed as three companies merge

  • Courtesy of FuseWest open office at Fuse.

    Courtesy of FuseWest open office at Fuse.

  • An open office atmosphere at Fuse.

    An open office atmosphere at Fuse. Courtesy of Fuse

  • Courtesy of FuseFurniture at Fuse.

    Courtesy of FuseFurniture at Fuse.

 
Posted6/8/2017 1:00 AM

Three long-standing leaders in the marketing and printing services industry -- Buhl Press, Kelmscott Communications and Rider Dickerson -- have merged to create a new company named Fuse. Together these companies will provide innovative solutions to help clients reach their business goals.

As businesses seek more solutions in a variety of areas -- printing, marketing and digital communication being some of the big ones -- those respective service providers are suddenly scrambling to not only beat out their competition, but also to volley for their own industries.

 

Besides the obvious financial benefits of merging this trio, there also is the idea that the newly merged company will bring more value to its clients. With a combination of talents and an increasing foothold in the digital space, it has become somewhat of a one-stop shop for anything its clients need.

There's no doubt this merger is a step in the right direction for these print-focused companies. The marketing landscape now spans a variety of mediums, and these three companies have figured that out. It's all about listening to its customers' needs and taking the right, deliberate actions to better serve them. Rider Dickerson has been in business over a century, Kelmscott Communications for about 80 years and Buhl Press for 50.

And now, in 2017, the trio embarks on a new journey as one multitalented marketing, printing and digital solutions provider, giving their expanded client bases the all-around support they need.

They needed a space that reflected this new and innovative company. ROI selected and provided all of their interior finishes and also provided:

• Flooring

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• Millwork for kitchens, breakrooms, coffee bars, restrooms and coat closets.

• All Furniture for: workstations, private offices, lounge areas, kitchens, conference rooms, sample rooms.

• Modular glass walls for private offices and call rooms

• Window treatments.

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