Cimpress, which owns Vistaprint, is relocating to Reno and plans to fill up to 150 new positions. The company makes customized products for businesses, consumers, graphic designers and print resellers.
“The desire for customized products is growing and our customers often want delivery as quickly as possible,” said Cimpress Vice President Larry Reid. “Opening a production facility in Reno improves our supply chain substantially while allowing us to decrease our time to delivery to some of our largest and most dense customer markets.”
Cimpress individually customizes orders and processes them across its portfolio of more than 20 brands, including Vistaprint. Last year it customized more than 46 million unique items including signs and displays, soft goods and apparel, marketing materials, packaging and labels, gifts and photos.
“Cimpress is a great addition to our growing portfolio of new businesses in northern Nevada; it is an exciting time for the region as we continue to diversify and grow,” said Robert Hooper of the Northern Nevada Development Authority.
The company said that it plans to hire up to 150 new employees to fill permanent, full-time positions including plant manager, supervisors, production and shipping operators, human resources and accounting managers.
“I am excited to welcome Cimpress to northern Nevada as a new economic partner for our region’s growth and employment market,” said Reno City Councilmember Paul McKenzie, representative of Ward 4, where the facility will be located. “With over 17 million customers worldwide, Cimpress’ future is bright and we’re happy to have them as our new neighbor.”
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