4.926% 504 20 year term, December 2018
4.990% 504 25 year term, December 2018

 

JP Graphics Inc. (EQ)

May 2015 | Appleton, WI

 

JP Graphics was started in 1969 by Jim and Rochelle Stoffel and initially primarily printed wedding invitations. Through the years it has turned into a commercial printing company with an emphasis on good customer service. Now Rod Stoffel, Jim and Rochelle's son, owns the business. Under Rod's leadership ,  JP Graphics has grown to include traditional printing services, variable data and digital printing services, pre-press services, print management (web) solutions, synthetics and press and finishing services.

 

In June of 2014 Rod saw an opportunity to purchase some new equipment which included a six color Komori press. With help from an SBA 504 loan financed through West Pointe Bank, Rod added the new Komori press which allows JP Graphics to print faster and more efficiently with less labor costs thus allowing them to be more competitive. The acquisition also allowed for the creation of five new jobs to be added to the JP Graphics group.

 

 

Funded

May 2015

 

Owner(s)

Rodney Stoffel

 

Bank & Lender

West Pointe Bank, Jeff Sandee

 

Financing

Purchase of equipment

 

Jobs Created & Retained

Created 5 jobs

 

Public Policy Goals/Local Development Goals

Assisting a manufacturer

 

Project Amount

$2,435,000

 

JP Graphics was started in 1969 by Jim and Rochelle Stoffel and initially primarily printed wedding invitations. Through the years it has turned into a commercial printing company with an emphasis on good customer service. Now Rod Stoffel, Jim and Rochelle's son, owns the business. Under Rod's leadership ,  JP Graphics has grown to include traditional printing services, variable data and digital printing services, pre-press services, print management (web) solutions, synthetics and press and finishing services.

 

In June of 2014 Rod saw an opportunity to purchase some new equipment which included a six color Komori press. With help from an SBA 504 loan financed through West Pointe Bank, Rod added the new Komori press which allows JP Graphics to print faster and more efficiently with less labor costs thus allowing them to be more competitive. The acquisition also allowed for the creation of five new jobs to be added to the JP Graphics group.