17 June 2020
4over Closing Canadian Plant
North America's largest gang run trade printer
North America's largest gang run trade printer
4over has announced the permanent closing of their Canadian plant in Mississauga. This is part of a North America restructuring. The 36,000 square foot plant had about 55 employees, a Komori 29 and 40' six colour presses plus 3 cutters and other bindery equipment. It is estimated the Canadian operation did about $11 million in sales.
Canadian plant in Mississauga
Canadian plant in Mississauga
4over still intends to service their Canadian clients from their plants in New Jersey and Ohio. The staff was originally put on temporary lay off back in March but it was made official this week that it is now a permanent closure. 40ver is a trade gang run printer. They have sales of about $270 million US , 1500 employees and 9 plants in the US. They plan to consolidate into 7 plants in the US. Their main competitors in Canada are Sina Lite and P1 Express. 
8. Elie says:
14 July 2020 at 2:43 PM
4over is a great company and Zarik built somethig amazing which I hope they return to Canada in the near future. On the other hand please check out https://www.newprint.ca/ for your most of your commercial printing and packaging
7. Annekar says:
18 June 2020 at 4:37 PM
Bad morale. Wages poverty level for Canada, but high for US standards. Lack of professionalism, cohesion between departments, them/us mentality. Poor communication.
6. Annekare says:
18 June 2020 at 4:36 PM
wages were high according to US head office. Bad morale. Dissention in the ranks. Cliques, incompatible workers.
5. Cmyk says:
18 June 2020 at 3:48 PM
Sina Lite sells to public under a different website and they cannot be trusted.
4. Ken says:
18 June 2020 at 3:44 PM
Saw jobs posted on Indeed for large format operators
3. Slice says:
18 June 2020 at 1:39 PM
So long, Americans.
2. Process Blue says:
18 June 2020 at 12:30 PM
anyone surprised by this move ? honestly I am surprised they lasted this long and that was pre COVID.........they will not be the last victim of the virus.
1. Dwight says:
18 June 2020 at 9:38 AM
that's a drag however wages were terrible
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