Hooven-Dayton began as The Hooven Automatic Typewriter Company in 1912 in Hamilton, Ohio. Hooven Automatic Typewriter Company was most notable for the invention and manufacture of its invention the “The Hooven”, a device for making duplicate copies of a typewritten letter. In 1935 the company moved to Dayton, Ohio, changed its name to Hooven-Dayton and began supplying businesses with printing solutions.
Today, Hooven-Dayton is a premier, innovative, narrow web converter and specialty printer. Hooven-Dayton is wholly owned by the Che International Group, LLC (CIG), a multi-national, 100% minority owned, holding company, specializing in acquiring and supporting subsidiary companies in diverse industries and serving a common customer base with "Total Solutions." Since acquiring Hooven-Dayton in 2007, CIG has invested significantly in technology to insure HDC remains on the cutting edge of developments in the label printing industry. CIG has employed an aggressive growth strategy that has resulted in HDC tripling its revenue over the last four years.
"It is our passion to empower our customers, employees, and suppliers in their pursuit of immediate and long-term profit-oriented goals. Cost-effective, fast turnaround, and innovative printing solutions; dedicated customer service; and an unwavering commitment to building relationships that deliver added-value results is how we plan to meet this challenge."
We are Experts at providing innovative, high quality flexographic and digital printing solutions. Our customized, fast-turn production runs (short, medium, and full-scale) help you: