Tinton Falls, New Jersey based Hatteras announced the celebration of its 40th anniversary. From its humble beginnings, Hatteras, a printing and carton converting provider, has become known for its diverse, print-based marketing and packaging solutions and customer service.

Established in 1983 as a small offset print shop by founder, Charlie Duerr, Hatteras set out to provide high-quality printing solutions tailored to the needs of its customers.

“We are thrilled to reach this milestone and reflect on the incredible journey that brought us here,” said Bill Duerr, President, who took over the day-to-day leadership of the business in 2016. “Our success is deeply rooted in our commitment to understanding and evolving alongside our clients. This anniversary is not just about the years we’ve spent in business, but about the relationships we’ve built and the challenges we’ve overcome together.

” Over the years, Hatteras has navigated the dynamic landscape of the printing industry. What began as a modest operation has flourished into a comprehensive printing hub, equipped with offset, digital and large format print capabilities complemented by in-house mailing, fulfillment and warehousing services with the goal of meeting the demands of its customer base.

Today, Hatteras delivers solutions to clients across pharmaceutical, retail, beauty and wellness, food and beverage, and financial services industries. From investing in staff and equipment, to embracing technological advancements, the company has stayed at the forefront of the industry to help ensure its clients receive the best possible services.

“What I like to think about is how many people drive by our facility every day without knowing all of the amazing work we’re producing for some of the world’s best-known brands,” said Michael Noerr, Chief Marketing Officer, who joined the company in 2018. “From larger-than-life retail graphics, direct mail, to custom packaging and influencer kits, our work is seen by millions of people every day, whether in a store, online, or in their homes.”

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