Management team acquires Arandell Corp.


Arandell Corp., a Menomonee Falls-based provider catalog printing and omni-channel solutions, announced that board chairman Don Treis and his family have sold the company to president Brad Hoffman and other members of firm’s management team.

“We are excited to build on Arandell’s strong reputation for extraordinarily high quality and service, while creating new opportunities for growth for the company, our customers and our employees,” Hoffman said. “We’ve already seen some of that success in the last year, and we look forward to even more in the years ahead.”

Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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Over the past seven years, the Treis family prepared for a possible transition in ownership to a management team. The family selected Hoffman, who brought in the current leadership team and worked collaboratively with the family to develop and implement a succession plan.

“Arandell has been an important part of our family for the past 66 years,” Treis said. “We are proud of the strong business we’ve built over the last seven decades. We know that we are leaving it in great hands with Brad and the rest of the management team. They share our passion for the people of Arandell and its customers, which is why I’m confident they will continue to grow the company and create new opportunities for our customers and employees.”

Founded in 1922, Arandell provides high-quality pre-media, catalog printing, mailing, distribution, list management, database marketing, mobile solutions, logistics and consulting services to its partners in the retail and direct mail catalog markets.

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