Distributor Reno Type (PPAI 561482, D3) in Reno, Nevada, has officially acquired CDMS, a full-service logistics, document management and promotional company headquartered in Sparks, Nevada.

While Reno Type has acquired ownership of CDMS, it will not be making operational or organizational changes to the company at this time. CDMS will retain its business name to ensure there is no disruption to client or vendor work. In the months and years to come, system changes may take place to unify processes.

Services now offered by Reno Type and CDMS include printing, promotional products, branded apparel, banners and displays, warehousing and on-demand distribution of these products, plus mailing, 3D environment scanning, giclee fine art reproduction and PotentPost, the omni-channel direct marketing platform pioneered by Reno Type.

“There’s a lot of opportunity in our market, but it’s expanding rapidly while experiencing supply-chain disruptions,” says Kurt Hoge, president of Reno Type. “This acquisition adds capabilities and a respected and skilled staff to ensure we continue to exceed client expectations, even in the face of these challenges.”

Hoge indicated the CDMS team has received a raise, bonus, additional paid time off and access to a new retirement plan. Additionally, CDMS staff and their dependents will also get access to the medical, dental and vision plan that is 100-percent covered by Reno Type. All CDMS staff members have signed letters of employment with Reno Type, wherein their work will fall under the DBA umbrella as CDMS.

“We want to reaffirm to CDMS team members that we believe them to be the heart and the strength of the company,” says Hoge. “On Day One, both teams connected to chart a mutually beneficial path for collective clientele. We are excited to see where we can collectively take our professional services in the future. I have no doubt we will do great things.”

Hoge adds, “Both teams appreciate the contributions Richard [Dimmit, CDMS’ former owner] made leading CDMS to offer unparalleled outcomes to clients. We wish him well in his next great chapter.”