Simpson Print demonstrates commitment to a more sustainable future with its SGP Partnership sustainability certification

The SGP Partnership, announced today Simpson Print of Bloomingdale, ON, Canada has achieved its sustainability certification. From wide format to UV offset, digital and more, Simpson Print has a range of printing capabilities from packaging to retail displays, signage and fixtures.

“Simpson Print has long since recognized the significance of sustainability within the marketplace,” said Carla Johanns, Simpson Print president. “SGP certification offered the most credible and robust resources to align our staff and customers, as we plan for a cleaner and more efficient future. Our primary objective is to be leaders in reducing our carbon footprint and taking the courageous steps required for the brands and retailers that demand sustainable action from their supply chain and vendors.”

As a certified SGP printer, Simpson Print is committed to sustainability targets by reducing waste, conserving energy, sourcing sustainable materials, creating a safe workplace and lowering carbon footprint. Each year, SGP certified facilities like Simpson Print, must propose a continuous improvement project as part of its certification. In addition, every two years, facilities must undergo an independent third-party audit.

“SGP certification validates the forward mindset and work of Simpson Print,” said Jonathan Graham, SGP chair. “The company’s sustainable print for the future slogan is backed up with a comment to ensure the print process is as sustainable as possible. Simpson Print is a leader for the print industry and manufacturing companies of all types in their use of automation and standardization to reduce waste.”

Printer and supplier facilities interested in eliminating waste, reducing energy consumption, transitioning to sustainable materials, and winning new business from organizations that require sustainable printing practices should visit to learn more about becoming SGP certified.

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