New Location Creates Hundreds of Jobs for Local Community
Postal Center International (PCI™), the leading print, mail and marketing solutions partner, announced the official opening of its new regional site and production facility located at 4958 Stout Drive in San Antonio’s thriving downtown business area.
As the first in a series of openings planned across the country, the newest PCI site encompasses 100,000+ square feet of office and production space. The opening expands the company’s footprint beyond its Weston, Florida national headquarters to drive scale, operational ease and access to fully integrated print, mail and marketing solutions.
“This expansion is one of many milestones we envision for the company over the next few years, as we build collaborative, client-centric partnerships with increasing power and efficiency,” said Ismael Diaz, president, Postal Center International. “This site will pave a performance-driven path to positively impact the local economy through job creation and community outreach, while also cultivating an environment that inspires passion, collaboration and innovation for years to come.”
PCI is an employer of choice to more than 50 associates in San Antonio, a city known for its technological innovation and high-caliber workforce. These associates now join more than 250 PCI associates in South Florida as industry leaders who always deliver excellent service to their client partners.
Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting event was attended by more than 80 community leaders, clients and vendor partners. On the agenda, PCI Co-Founders Susan and Arturo Echarte provided a brief history on the founding of the company. President Ismael Diaz shared forward-looking remarks regarding the company’s national growth plans, particularly in San Antonio, and the company’s commitment to making a positive impact on the San Antonio community. Participants in the ceremony included: from the Office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Community Relations Specialist Kate Stanford; Texas’ 120th House District State Representative Barbara Gervin-Hawkins; from Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert’s Office, Director of Communications Joshua Garcia; and from the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, President & CEO Richard Perez.
Expanding Footprint Built on a Powerful, Proven Foundation
For nearly four decades, PCI has built its reputation on client excellence, operational vigor and regulatory compliance. Through this opening, the company brings to San Antonio its entrepreneurial mindset and methodologies to deliver flexible solutions for clients’ evolving print, mail and marketing needs. Year after year, this expertise has earned the company distinguished awards and accolades from the South Florida Business Journal and Printing Impressions, including the Top Commercial Printer (No. 1); South Florida’s Fastest-Growing Companies (No. 6); Top 100 Private Companies (No. 51); and Top 350 List (No. 43).