Joseph Merrritt Company

The Joseph Merritt Company is a marketing communications company that can produce any image on any surface at any time. Founded 100 years ago as Hartford’s first commercial blueprinter, today the company employs 65 people in eight offices in New England and New York.

 Merritt’s use of cutting edge digital technology allows the company to expand into providing cost effective, high quality products for their clients. That ranges from outdoor, durable graphics for 145 “Skyeship” Gondolas on Killington Mountain in Vermont to a single Adirondack chair covered with an image by Vincent Van Gogh as well as digital printing, scanning and marketing communications services. Merritt is also the largest dealer in New England for wide format engineering printers and plotters.