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Partnering with Printers

for die cutting and finishing for over 40 years


Triangle Dies and Supplies

Triangle Dies and Supplies, Inc. has been acquired by the DFC Manufacturing Group, LLC

St. Louis, MO (January 9, 2023) Triangle Dies and Supplies, Inc. (“Triangle”) today announced that it has been acquired by the DFC Manufacturing Group, LLC. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

DFC Manufacturing Group is a leading die maker and post press finishing company with locations across the United States.

Triangle was established in 1955 by Joseph P. Marovich, and was subsequently led by his son Joseph L. Marovich, and most recently by his grandson Joseph C. Marovich (who will continue to lead Triangle as a division of the DFC Manufacturing Group). Triangle has been a leader in the steel rule die making industry for over 65 years thanks to the generations of leadership and commitment to excellence by the Marovich family. Joseph has brought a passion for technology to Triangle over the past 20+ years, and made significant upgrades at both of Triangle’s locations. These include the addition of Lasercomb lasers and digital processing systems, Boxplan pin setters, and Serviform auto benders. A new training center was added in Illinois to educate both customers and employees on creating quality dies. Triangle operations will continue at their Batavia, IL and Brooklyn Park, MN facilities.

“We are delighted to offer our customers a broader range of products and locations,” said DFC Manufacturing Group’s National General Manager, Brian Kearins. “For over 65 years, Triangle has been producing the highest quality steel rule dies, with a focus on serving the corrugated packaging industry. We look forward to investing in and continuing their tradition of exceptional customer service and high-quality tooling.”

“I am proud to partner with the DFC Manufacturing Group,” said Joseph C. Marovich, President of Triangle. “I wanted to find the right partner to continue the tradition of my family’s company for decades to come; as I got to know the team at DFC, I found that they shared our values and philosophy on what it takes to be a leader in the die making industry. I am confident our customers will benefit from the deeper resources and large national footprint of DFC’s locations. And I am also certain that our employees will be able to continue their careers at a die maker where they are proud to work. Our mutual commitment to manufacturing superior quality dies with quicker turnaround times will ensure the success of Triangle and DFC for many years to come.”


DFC Manufacturing Group is a leading die maker and post press finishing company with locations across the United States, including Phoenix, AZ, Salt Lake City, UT, St. Paul, MN, North Attleboro, MA, Elk Grove, IL and Greensboro, NC. We manufacture a wide range of customized steel rule dies and thermo-forming dies, and provide custom cutting and converting services. Our customers include corrugated and packaging companies, commercial printers, advertising agencies, food packaging companies, medical device companies, direct mail houses, and many others.


Founded in 1955, Triangle Dies and Supplies, Inc. ( is a company committed to having a positive impact on the environment and our customer’s bottom line by partnering with them to provide innovative solutions to meet their objectives in a timely, cost effective manner. We achieve this through a commitment to: advanced technology, superior materials, streamlined processes, a motivated team of employees, professional integrity, seasoned craftsmen, uncompromising quality expectations, and personalized customer service. Our customers include corrugated packaging companies, food packaging companies, commercial printers, consumer packaged goods companies, and many others.


Brian Kearins, National General Manager, DFC Manufacturing Group, (314) 650-9974 

Joseph Marovic, VP Operations, Triangle, (630) 454-3200


Salt Lake City-based Tru-Cut Acquires Accuzona Steel Rule Die

Salt Lake City, UT (February 1, 2019) – Die manufacturer Tru-Cut, LLC today announced its acquisition of Accuzona Steel Rule Die, the leading provider of flat steel rule dies in the Southwestern United States. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.

Founded in Salt Lake City in 1979, Tru-Cut designs and manufactures rotary and flat steel rule dies, provides die and laser cutting services, and variety of other highly customized products for its customers. Its acquisition of Accuzona Steel Rule Die will expand the combined company’s ability to serve its customers across the southwest, deepen the expertise they bring to their customer’s complex projects, expand the company’s production capabilities, and enhance their service commitment to all of their customers.

Accuzona Steel Rule Die, now operating as a division of Tru-Cut, will continue to design, manufacture and deliver the highest quality flat steel rule dies from their facility in Phoenix, Arizona. Tru-Cut welcomes all of Accuzona’s expert die makers, with over 45 years of combined die-making experience, to their team.

“We are excited to add Accuzona Steel Rule Die’s expertise to our portfolio of industry-leading products and services, and deepen our capabilities in the Arizona market,” said Tru-Cut General Manager Rich Allen. “For more than 14 years, Accuzona Steel Rule Die has been producing complex and high quality flat dies for customers in a wide range of industries throughout the United States. We plan to continue investing in our combined company, in order to offer all of our customers the best products and services in the industry.”

“I am proud to partner with Tru-Cut,” said Shell Burger, Founder and Owner of Accuzona Steel Rule Die. “As I worked with Tru-Cut over the last several years, I saw that they share our commitment to delivering exceptional dies to our customers, with the highest quality, on-time, and at a reasonable price. I’m confident their stewardship of Accuzona will allow us to continue to exceed the expectations of our customers across the southwest and United States. Our customers will benefit from a larger partner with broader geographic reach and a wide array of products, and our employees will continue to enjoy working for a growing leader in the die manufacturing industry. I see a bright future for Accuzona and Tru-Cut.”