New state-of-the-art Vancouver headquarters for MET Fine Printers

Set to open in the Fall of 2019 is Metropolitan Fine Printers’ impressive new headquarters near downtown Vancouver.

East Vancouver has always been the home of Metropolitan Fine Printers (MET). It’s where the company started and where it wants to remain. Scheduled to open in the Fall of 2019, its new headquarters is “a stone’s throw away from Vancouver’s downtown core, in the heart of one of the city’s most dynamic neighbourhoods,” said the company. The new facility will house MET’s executives, sales and production teams, as well as its core manufacturing plant. “A perfect fusion of old and new, modern design is contrasted with vintage, exposed wood beams and brick walls. Multiple office and meeting spaces will facilitate efficiency and collaboration,” MET added.

Nikos Kallas.

During the past year, the MET team searched the international market to find the best equipment available. The company’s technical experts tested the latest technologies to ensure that everything acquired not only met its rigorous standards and requirements, but also enabled the company to keep pushing beyond its unsurpassed quality. “We’re excited to bring this new technology and a state-of-the-art printing facility to Vancouver,” said MET President Nikos Kallas. “We look forward to collaborating with our clients and industry colleagues to continue to raise the bar for excellence and innovation.” The company added that it strives to be a world leader in providing clients with the finest communications experiences. “We see ourselves as your cross-media communications partner, combining our unparalleled printing expertise with MET’s cutting-edge technologies to elevate your brand.”

MET Fine Printers is an international, award-winning, Vancouver-based carbon-neutral printing company serving the Vancouver, Calgary, Victoria, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle and Honolulu markets. It’s dedicated to environmentally progressive printing processes and superior commercial print communication services and solutions.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.