4over to add quick turnaround digital envelope printing

4over Mississauga, Ontario Plant Manager Paul Kett.
4over Mississauga, Ontario Plant Manager Paul Kett.

On the heels of its announcement last week that 4over has entered the 3-D printing marketplace (as the first trade printer to offer 3-D printing technology as a service out of the company’s Glendale, California headquarters), the company has revealed that it will now be offering same-day digital jet envelope printing services beginning in June.

“We’ll be offering same-day service on small runs of envelope printing and also to support our full in-house traditional litho printed and diecut/formed window and regular envelopes,” said Mississauga, Ontario Plant Manager Paul Kett. “The product will allow full coverage and also full bleed and should be available in June.”

The California-based trade printer officially opened its new 50,000-square-foot Canadian production facility in April of 2012, though it actually began producing work in December of 2011. Since its inception in 2001, 4over has experienced double-digit and triple-digit growth annually – unheard-of in the trade printing industry. The company has expanded from a single building in 2001 to multiple facilities in California, Ohio, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey, and of course, Canada.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.