4over expands its North American trade-printing presence by acquiring ASAP Printing

Zarik Megerdichian.
Zarik Megerdichian.

Leading trade-only printer 4over (Glendale, California), an outsourcing print provider for over 40,000 printing industry professionals across North America, has announced the recent acquisition of trade printer ASAP Printing (Salt Lake City, Utah; Dallas, Texas; and Raleigh, North Carolina) as a new subsidiary. This acquisition expands 4over’s network to 16 locations in North America, with another production facility in Atlanta, Georgia expected soon – further enhancing the company’s growing local market presence. “ASAP’s reputation for excellent service and quality are recognized in the market and will complement the 4over brand and strategy going forward,” said 4over CEO Zarik Megerdichian. “The acquisition also means that we will now have a presence in the southeast and mountain states, strengthening our delivery network more than ever before. We’re excited to bring ASAP into the 4over family while continuing to provide unparalleled value to our customers.”

Jeff Guevara.
Jeff Guevara.

“This is an exciting time for us, and I’m delighted that ASAP is joining 4over,” added ASAP Business Development Manager Jeff Guevara. “4over has an unprecedented product mix, best-in-class equipment and quality, and a wide North American delivery network that’s unmatched in trade printing. Meanwhile, ASAP has maintained unwavering customer relationships that we’ve formed over many years of loyal, quality service. Between the two, I’m confident that ASAP customers will benefit more than ever before from being a part of the 4over network.”

4over added that, by combining resources with ASAP, the company will “continue to lead the industry in print order fulfillment across North America while quickly forging ahead toward becoming a global enterprise.”

4overasapprinting-in4over’s current locations across North America include Glendale (CA), Mississauga (ON), San Jose (CA), Dayton (OH), Chicago (IL), Moonachie (NJ), Salt Lake City (UT), Raleigh (NC), Arlington (TX), Houston (TX), Miami (FL), Tampa (FL), Phoenix (AZ), Seattle (WA), Boston (MA), Washington (DC), and coming soon, Atlanta (GA).

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.