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Eastend Shuts its Doors

June 20, 2012

Eastend Bindery of Scarborough, Ontario, has ceased operation after 38 years. The company, housed in a 22,000-square-foot facility, was well known to the printing community in the Greater Toronto Area.

The finishing company was one of the region’s largest, running a range of equipment like a 24-bin collating machine with in-line corner stitch, 7-head drilling machine, inline perfect binder with 3-knife trim, and three Muller stitching lines, as well as various devices for gluing and folding, padding, shrink-wrapping, drilling, counting and – most recently – die scoring.

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