Texas Sign Supply Company was founded in Dallas by Hank Granberry in 1950 to provide supply materials to Texas’ growing sign industry. The company’s young owners soon realized that screen printing was a rapidly expanding market niche and extended their operations to include the sale of screen printing products, materials and equipment to their customers.

By 1966, the demand was so great that a new entity, Texas Screen Process Supply Company, was spun off to handle the burgeoning business. At around the same time, the opportunity to expand northward into Oklahoma presented itself, and in 1962 Neo Sign Supply Company was created to service customers in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri.

As the twentieth century came to a close, the sign, screen printing and digital imaging markets began to blend together and become less differentiated. Recognizing the impact of these significant changes, the decision was made to merge Texas Screen, Texas Sign, and Neo Sign Supply into one company to better serve the needs of the changing customer base. The merger became official in January of 2001. To represent the consolidation of the three companies into one, and to have a name that better reflected the shifting marketplace, the decision was made to rename the company Graphic Solutions Group, Inc.

Today, GSG combines a unique understanding of the latest digital printing technologies with a half a century of knowledge and experience in traditional sign and screen processes. And with the recent acquisition of j. Harold Distributors and threadetc.com, GSG now offers a complete selection of the finest embroidery equipment and supplies, in stock and online.

As a fully committed partner to printers in the southwest and across the US, we know our success depends on the success of our customers. To make our customers more productive – and profitable – GSG offers the following services:

Screen making
Color matching
Digital technical support
Educational and consulting services
Equipment Services

GSG not only sells the highest quality and most popular screen and digital presses, but through our Equipment Services Division, we provide maintenance and repair for equipment by M&R, Roland, and other leading manufacturers.

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