Delta Apparel announces that its subsidiary Art Gun has acquired direct-to-garment provider DTG2Go.

Delta Apparel Subsidiary Acquires Direct-to-Garment Business

GREENVILLE, S.C.—Delta Apparel announces that its subsidiary Art Gun has acquired DTG2Go, a provider of direct-to-garment printed products. The company also operates a fulfillment center that distributes products to major brands.

With the acquisition, Delta says the business will operate in multiple locations including Florida and Nevada. The company also plans to begin production at its Fayetteville, North Carolina facility to accommodate customers in the Northeast market. The acquisition roughly doubles Art Gun’s existing revenue and capacity and expands its product offerings. In addition to multi-site operations, Delta plans to change the name of Art Gun to DTG2Go and market the consolidated business under the DTG2Go brand name.

“Art Gun’s acquisition of the DTG2Go business is another example of our continued focus on areas of our business where we expect high growth opportunities,” states Robert W. Humphreys, CEO of Delta Apparel.  “We see the digital print model revolutionizing the way traditional retailers, e-retailers, and the ad-specialty industry conduct business.”

The purchase price of the company includes $16.35 million in cash and additional payments contingent on performance targets. Delta expects the acquisition to increase revenue by approximately $7 million for fiscal year 2018.

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