FRIESENS IS PROUD TO BE A NORTH AMERICAN PRINT INDUSTRY SUCCESS STORY.
From humble beginnings in 1907, we’ve grown into the premier short run print manufacturer and packaging specialist in Canada. We’re proud to produce amazing print and packaging for top publishers, schools, and manufacturers around the world.
We maintain the most efficient cost structure through ongoing staff education, lean work practices, fast turn-around, state-of-the-art equipment, and some of the most innovative production facilities in the world.
Our employee-owners are ready to serve you with the passion and commitment that only an owner can provide.
CEO of Friesens Corporation
To be the Premier Print Manufacturer in North America.
Friesens is more than just a printing company; we’re a group of employee-owners who are in constant pursuit of the highest quality craftsmanship in our trade. This commitment to excellence is what draws some of the top publishers in the world to trust Friesens with their titles.
Friesens Sponsors Kiddie Sunshine Centre
We are proud to announce that Friesens Corporation will be the Title Sponsor of an expansion plan at Kiddie Sunshine Centre (KSC) that will add at least 28 new childcare spaces in Altona. This is an important initiative as childcare in our region is under-served, with space available for only 4% of children 0-12 […]
Friesens Employee Directed Giving Gives To Siloam Mission
On behalf of the Employee-Owners of Friesens Corporation, we are pleased to inform you that we recently donated $1,900 to the Siloam Mission. Attached is a picture of the cheque presentation – pictured is CEO Jim Bell, accepting the cheque from employee-owner Cameron Fay. Judy Leiman, Legacy Giving and Donor Relations Coordinator for Siloam Mission […]
Friesens Employee Directed Giving to Rhineland Food Bank
On behalf of the Employee-Owners of Friesens Corporation, we are pleased to announce that we recently donated $3,700 to the Rhineland Food Bank. Attached is a picture of the cheque presentation – pictured is Ang Stoesz accepting the cheque from employee-owner, Frances Brady. (Please note that the attached photo was taken before physical distancing was […]