We were recently featured in an article in the Journal Inquirer. You can read the article below.

By Howard French

ENFIELD – Minuteman Press will move into the former Precision Camera and Video Repair building at 1 Anngina Drive by January, Michael Weber, who owns Minuteman Press with his wife, Lindsey, said.

The company bought the 8,150-square-foot industrial building at the corner of Anngina Drive and Moody Road for $382,750 [$382,500], the Sentry Commercial Real Estate services website says.

Minuteman Press is a printing company, now located in smaller, 1,500-square-foot quarters at 57 [54] Hazard Ave., in the Stop & Shop plaza.

Weber said the move will give the company the space to do business the way he and his wife would like.  The seven-person staff may grow by a position or two, he added.

In the current location, the area where engaged couples select wedding invitations is a small space where customers sit “with coffee makers above [copy machines around] their heads,” he said.

At the new building, the wedding invitation are will be a larger, quieter space where invitations can be selected in relative quiet and comfort, Weber said.

The Webers have operated their business at the Hazard Avenue site for 7 1/2 years.

Precision Camera and Video Repair Inc. in May eliminated 115 jobs at its headquarters and said it would close a portion of the three-building operation due to the lingering recession and budgetary constraints.

The company said that Precision Camera will remain based in Enfield and will maintain a major presence there to repair mostly professional grade photo equipment.

Precision Camera operates two large U.S. plants in el Paso, Texas, as well as a third in Chihuahua, Mexico.  the Mexican plant in handles international business in both Mexico and Central America, while the El Paso area facilities handle business in the Western U.S.