11 August 2011
Tower Litho marking 40 years in printing business
TORONTO—Tower Litho in Toronto is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, founded in 1971 by Tassos Siriopoulos "with $70 in his pocket".

The business started with one single-colour multi press and one cutter. "His philosophy was to create a strong partnership with every client where both parties grow their business," reads a history of Tower. After 20 years in business, Siriopoulos's sons Dino and Paul joined the family business full-time.


From left, Tassos, Paul and Dino Siriopoulos

The original printing facility was only 750 square feet but has grown to 25,000 square feet at its current location in Scarborough. Successful growth has been attributed to "near zero employee turnover and above all, near zero client turnover."

Tower Litho provides prepress, printing and finishing. The company is having an in-house 40th anniversary celebration with staff and family next month.
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