4over purchases three Komori presses to support triple-digit growth

Komori Lithrone GX40.
Komori Lithrone GX40.

Komori America Corporation has announced that 4over, one of North America’s largest trade printers, has once again invested in Komori’s technology with the purchase of three new Komori Lithrone presses. The company has partnered with press manufacturer Komori since its inception in 2001. Experiencing triple-digit growth annually, 4over quickly expanded from a single location to 18 locations across North America. The company added that its partnership with Komori has supported 4over’s continuous growth and reputation by always offering the advanced technology and technical expertise needed to ensure 4over’s superior print quality, colour consistency and fast turnarounds that the trade printer is known for delivering. The new Komori presses also make it possible to produce photo-quality print on a variety of substrates – from business cards to posters, linen stock to magnets, and more.

Zarik Megerdichian.
4over CEO Zarik Megerdichian.

“Komori and 4over have had a long-term partnership, and we’re excited to add these new technologically advanced presses to our fleet of Komori presses already in operation,” said Zarik Megerdichian, CEO of 4over. “We’re extremely pleased with the performance of the long perfector, double coater presses. With Komori’s approach to continued advancement, we have the competitive advantage of always being ahead of our customers’ needs for more complicated print requirements. For this, and so many more reasons, we’re very pleased to make this exciting journey with Komori.”

“4over’s reputation for being the best value in the trade print market is gained by always delivering on its promise of innovation, excellence and unsurpassed delivery speed. Our Lithrone G40 presses will only add to that competitive edge,” said Kosh Miyao, President & COO, Komori America. “As always, we’re proud of our long-term partnership with 4over and look forward to continuing our successful relationship.”


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.