Thames Printing Locks Doors, Sees Power Cut Off
NORWICH, CT—Rumors regarding the demise of Thames Printing were unfortunately true for the company. Employees showed up for work on Aug. 15, only to find the doors locked and the power shut off, according to the Norwich Bulletin.
The firm had conducted business for more than 70 years and employed 60 at the time of its demise, the newspaper reported. Citing court records, the Bulletin noted that the printer’s lender, People’s United Bank, began foreclosure proceedings in April due to a loan default.
When contacted by the newspaper, Plant Manager Gary Sweet would not comment on the closure.