20 August 2009
Vistaprint expands Windsor facility
WINDSOR, ON—Vistaprint has added nearly 140,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space to its facility in Windsor, Ont, bringing the plant's total area to just under 300,000 square feet. The Windsor plant, which opened in 2005, handles fulfillment of the company's North American printing orders from small businesses and homes, such as business cards, postcards, return address labels, photo calendars and Christmas cards.

The expansion was completed by the Rosati Group and followed industry standards for “sustainable construction,” including: the use of natural light available from the plant’s skylights and coated windows, high efficiency light fixtures, heating and cooling systems based on a central plant design, occupancy sensors in offices, break areas and conference rooms, improved insulation quality and improved humidity control.

“Over the past year, both the company’s customer base and product lines have continued to increase and this expansion will enable Vistaprint to meet the projected demand of our North American customer base,” said Wendy Cebula, president of Vistaprint North America, in a release. “This new construction has also enabled the company to implement advancements in green technology to reduce the plant’s carbon footprint while still expanding.”
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