30 April 2014
Glenparr Trade Litho shutters operation
TORONTO—Glenparr Trade Litho has closed its doors, PrintCAN has learned. Several calls to company offices have gone unanswered and emails are not being returned.

Founded in 1991, the shop featured at least two 40" presses on its floor, along with a  full complement of equipment from prepress to post-press, including large-format inkjet devices.

More details will posted as they become available.


Comments:
2. The Ultimate Printing Co says:
7 May 2014 at 2:39 PM
When will people realize that printers need to make money in order to grow as a company and have money for newer technology, and hire the best. Doing it cheaper, cutting cost, then where is industry heading...shutting operations, closing doors,no more staff. Why shop for the price, just get it done.
1. Litho Guy says:
6 May 2014 at 7:21 AM
People need to realize that sustainable pricing is not being the cheapest price.
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