LithoFlexo grafics inc. Relocates Operations to New Facility
Press release from the issuing company
SALT LAKE CITY, April 1 - Freddy W. Versteeg, president of LithoFlexo grafics inc., announced today that the company has moved all operations to a newly purchased facility. The building, located just off I-15 at 2400 South 600 West, will house all of LithoFlexo's administrative, operations and warehouse functions.
The new headquarters features approximately 59,000 square feet of space, more than doubling the size of the company's previous facility. Formerly the home of the Lyon Company, the building can be seen from the freeway ramp connecting Highway 201 Eastbound with I-15 Southbound.
According to Versteeg, the company's new facility offers a number of advantages over its former Richards Street location, which is currently for sale. Listed among them are the ability to enhance production workflow, additional foot space for future expansion, greater warehouse capacity, increased customer parking and better freeway access.
"The steady growth of our business has prompted the need for a larger facility for some time," said Versteeg. "With this new building, it appears our patience has been rewarded. While making room for additional services and production capacity, we have also enhanced the overall service experience for our customers -- through faster delivery, easier access and added parking."
Open-house festivities are planned for June, when customers will be invited on a complete tour of the facility. For those with questions, please contact LithoFlexo grafics at 801-484-8503.
Founded in 1967, LithoFlexo grafics, inc. is Utah's most complete provider of high-quality printing, pressure-sensitive labeling and flexible packaging services. The company offers 6-color Heidelberg lithography, award-winning 8-color UV flexography, and in-house prepress and bindery services.
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