15 December 2011
4over's Mississauga printing plant opens ahead of schedule
MISSISSAUGA—4over's new printing plant in Mississauga has opened ahead of schedule, with the first week of live production "a great learning experience".

It was anticipated that the U.S. trade printer would open its first Canadian facility on Dec. 5. But on Dec. 2, "after a period of testing and perfecting the production work-flow, 4over’s first 100% Canadian live batch was printed and shipped out," noted the company.

"I took pictures following the whole process. It was pretty special - like a newborn. Our crew was a bit nervous but really pumped. Above all we were extremely cautious of all the details. You could see the pride oozing out of everyone," said Tom Hogan, 4over's Mississauga plant manager.

Company officials said the first week of production was a great learning experience for the Canadian production team.

“Only after a week of production, we are seeing a huge growth in Canadian account sign-ups," said 4over's chief executive officer, Zarik Megerdician. "We are humbled and honored with this kind of support and are working double time to accommodate all deadlines.”
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