There’s more to printing than simply ink on a page. After six decades in the industry, we’ve come to believe that it is partly a technology solution and partly an art form. Knowing how to make an impact takes finesse and years of skill. We bring that kind of expertise to North America’s largest publishers, retailers, cataloguers and financial corporations. Our extensive print facilities can meet any challenge and our Toronto Print Campus is the largest in the country.
What sets us apart is how much we care – we take the time to strategize and create solutions, from paper stock to finishes and everything in between. Whether it’s variable print, web-to-print or web offset, we ensure your printed product is the best it can be.
With an output capacity of more than 19.5 million 16-page signatures per day, we produce and distribute over 200 million catalogues and magazines, and one billion flyers per year. We are a recognized leader in the North American commercial print sector.
We provide a wide array of end-to-end document management solutions, including financial statements, reports, publications and educational materials. With two innovative digital hubs, three regional hubs, and a network of print centres nationwide, we provide North America’s leading organizations with advanced on-demand print and web-to-print solutions and services.
As part of our company’s Values and Guiding Principles, “Replenishing the Environment” lays the foundation for our continuing sustainability. We are always looking for ways to reduce energy usage, replenish what we use, cut down on waste and employ more environmentally-friendly products and processes.
Celebrating over 25 years, Partners in Growth is a reforestation program developed by St. Joseph Communications in partnership with Scouts Canada to plant seedlings on behalf of our clients. The seedlings are planted through Scoutrees, a hands-on environmental program that not only helps to reforest communities across Canada, but teaches young people about the importance of our forests for wildlife habitat, the sequestering of carbon, the aesthetic beauty of trees in our parks and their significance as a natural resource.