Design Mark Industries Celebrates 50 Years

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Design Mark Industries (, a leader in providing engineering-based solutions for production of precise user-interface technologies, celebrated its 50th anniversary on Nov. 19.

Design Mark 50th anniversaryDesign Mark started in 1971 as a small printing company in Wareham , employing about a dozen individuals and focusing specifically on screen printing.  Today, Design Mark has 105 employees working out of a new 42,000-square-foot office in New Bedford, which it moved to earlier this fall.  The company has expanded its flexographic and digital printing (roll and sheet-fed), and with its HP Indigo family of 6k and 7k, Design Mark now offers a complete suite of the latest printing technologies.

Over its 50-year history, Design Mark has also expanded its range of industries served from medical to aerospace and industrial needs.  The company has made major investments in digital technologies, greatly expanded its talent pool, implemented constant training on enhanced efficiencies, prioritized employee safety, and ensured ultimate customer quality.   Their engineering-based solutions include invisible watermark technology and RFID, making Design Mark the global leader in printed graphic solutions.

Services offered by Design Mark include precise user-interface technologies (including a variety of engineering-based solutions such as membrane switches, graphic overlays, rubber keypads, functional die cuts, control panel assemblies, and custom plastic labels), rapid prototyping and advanced digital printing.  Design Mark is also ISO 9001-2015 certified.

“We are thrilled to share this important company milestone with our employees, our clients, our partners, and our friends,” said Renaud Megard, president and CEO of Design Mark Industries.  “The last several years in particular have been full of growth and investment, and we look forward to continuing on this trajectory, sustaining Design Mark as a global leader in printed graphic solutions.”