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We are pleased to announce that Excelsior Marking has assumed operations for Master Marking.
The companies align well and we are excited to welcome Master Marking customers!
Make Your Mark With Excelsior
Making Our Mark Through The Years…
Today companies are looking to make their mark in their industries…to raise above the competition, to add value to their customers’ needs and to make a strong, lasting impression. For more than 100 years, Excelsior Marking has combined the expertise, craftsmanship and dedication to help all types of companies make their mark.
Evolving from our early days of manufacturing rubber stamps, stencils and tags, we now support countless industries with marking solutions. Including metal engraving and machining; Prepress printing services; Lumber marking; and custom Signage.
Our team is interested in providing the most effective solution for your specific need and supporting your efforts through high quality manufacturing and exceptional customer service. We know that the best way to make a lasting impression is to help our customers do the same.
All of the personnel and products at Excelsior help make us a better company. Thank you for your support and all of your efforts.
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