5 March 2009
St. Joseph opening new 140,000 sq. ft. facility
TORONTO—St. Joseph Communications will relocate its Toronto-Thorn and Richmond Hill print operations into a new 140,000 sq. ft. facility this summer, according to a memo to staff from chairman and CEO Tony Gagliano.

The new facility will be located at 119 Snow Boulevard in Concord, Ont., right beside St. Joseph’s existing 300,000 sq. ft. operation, creating a 17-acre “print communications campus,” the largest in Canada.

The new facility will offer offset printing, print-on-demand, document finishing, large-format printing and web-to-print tools.

The company says it will invest $25 million in new equipment and technology for the facility. The existing Concord plant recently underwent a $50 million revitalization.

A number of organizational changes will take place following the move:

•Ray D’Antonio, currently executive vice president and general manager of St. Joseph Print-Concord, will take on the new position of executive vice president of sales & marketing for all of Print and Documents.

•Paul De Rocher, long-standing vice president and general manager of St. Joseph Print–Thorn, will take over from Ray as vice president and general manager of St. Joseph Print–Concord (MacIntosh Blvd.).

•Tony Di Iorio, currently vice president and general manager of St. Joseph Documents–Richmond Hill, will become the vice president and general manager of the new St. Joseph Print–Snow Blvd.

•Mark Patenaude will remain as vice president and general manager of St. Joseph Documents–Ottawa and ePRINT it locations across Canada.

More to come.


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