9 February 2018
Printer Gateway has Shut Down Operations
MISISSAUGA— 
 
On Monday January 22nd  Printer Gateway stopped taking orders and shut their website down. All staff were let go after a meeting in the afternoon. Customers were sent an e-mail saying that Printer Gateway was no longer taking  orders. Also stated that " We have strategically elected to focus our energies and use our assets for  internal use. "
Paul Kett in front of Mississauga plant
Paul Kett in front of Mississauga plant
Printer Gateway was a trade gang run printer in the Toronto area. They moved from Toronto to Missisauga in the summer of last year. They moved into the old Somerset Graphics building and bought one of their presses. Paul Kett from 4over had been hired to run the operation. Premier Envelope had been moved into the same building. The closing of Printer does not effect Premier Envelope.  
Comments:
2. Anonymous says:
14 February 2018 at 6:22 PM
Before Supreme bought Gateway it was operating 24/7. But with the poor management skills Gateway lost the majority of its customers putting employees out of work permanently. It would have being logical keeping the press running with Supremex envelopes instead of subcontracting the work out, again poor management
1. Bernardo Dequilla says:
14 February 2018 at 3:26 PM
An end of a great run. I sympathize to all the staff who are affected by the closing.
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