28 April 2009
Toronto trade shop expands bindery services
TORONTO—Toronto Trade Printers, a trade shop in business since 1992, expanded its services recently by adding a bindery department. The bindery gear, which includes a Muller Martini 4-pocket saddle stitcher, two 2MBO Folders, a 42” and 45” cutter, and cover feeder, has all been up and running since the beginning of February.

Co-owner Kieron Pope told PrintCan that the decision to expand into finishing services was made to keep more work in-house and be able to complete jobs more quickly. The choice is paying off, said Pope. “It’s a bright light in an otherwise quiet market.”

The shop employs 18 people, including a few recently hired to run the bindery equipment. It specializes in printing, prepress, proofing, shrink wrapping, and folding and cutting.






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