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 then 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 Keeps the Pages Turning
A decade ago, the outlook was bleak for renowned Altona book printer, Friesens Corporation. The first e-reader was marketed by Amazon in 2007, the global economy tanked in 2008 and China emerged as a cheap competitor in book printing, sending business offshore. “We had this digital threat, foreign threat and economic threat, all three of […]
Initiative Manufacturing Matters this Canada 150
L’initiative Manufacturing Matters this Canada 150 ainsi que la récente promotion en ligne de CME Manitoba à l’occasion de la fête du Canada avaient pour objectif de promouvoir le secteur manufacturier et d’utiliser les histoires des membres pour dresser le portrait de notre province, de ses débuts à sa jeune maturité, avec un avenir brillant qui se […]
Manufacturing Matters this Canada 150
Manufacturing matters this Canada 150 and CME’s recent online Canada Day promotion aimed to raise the profile of Manufacturing and use member stories to paint a picture of our province from infancy to early adulthood, with a bright future on the horizon. Nearly 64,000 Manitobans work in the sector, which contributes more than 10 per […]