26 June 2019
Commercial Print-Craft Goes Into Receivership
Commercial PrintCraft is under creditor protection. The commercial printer  has two heat set half webs and a sheet feed press. Started in 1938 and last reported had sales of around $8 million and a staff of about 40. While not confirmed it appears it is not currently operating. Sources  said Commercial Print-Craft lost a large a large account and decided not to continue. At one point they were one of the largest independent web shops in South Western Ontario.Lots of changes have been happening among web printers.  Earlier this year Ricter Web closed down and Transcontinental has announced the closing of their Brampton web  operation. Lowe-Martin recently sold off their web division. 
1. Wayne Barney says:
1 July 2019 at 9:31 AM
My Grandfather and his business partner started Huddleston and Barney Printing up the street from CPC at around the same time in the 1930's and know they are both gone.
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