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Merger won't affect Regency Thermographers

November 30, 1999|By JENNIFER FITCH

WAYNESBORO, Pa. ? Representatives of Minnesota's Taylor Corp. on Wednesday said the Waynesboro Regency Thermographers operation will not be affected by a merger within its parent company.

Waynesboro's Regency and two other Taylor Corp. holdings will become one brand known as Navitor, according to a press release from Tom Ninneman, vice president of operations with Taylor Corp.

Regency Thermographers manufactures commercial stationery, business cards, folders, envelopes and other business products at its Clayton Avenue plant. It has been in business in Waynesboro since 1965.

The Regency plant "will continue doing what they were doing in terms of production, and the number of employees will stay the same," said Sue Sorensen Lee, who works in public relations for Taylor Corp.

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"The factory will not be impacted," she said.

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