Metro Print and Mail Solutions Becomes a Union Printer

SACRAMENTO, CA—June 6, 2011—Metro Print and Mail Solutions is proud to announce that its printing, prepress and bindery divisions have joined the Allied Printing Union of Northern California.

“In an ongoing effort to always meet our clients’ needs and to achieve their goals, we welcome the union into our print, prepress and bindery division,” said Gary Meredith, president of Metro Print and Mail Solutions. “Metro and its employees look forward to working together to achieve the objectives and expectations of our clients.”

A union bug is a mark whose use is reserved for print shops that meet union employment requirements, with each bug carrying an identifying number to track its origin. “It’s like a fingerprint for each union print shop,” said Meredith.

The bug is your assurance of quality and craftsmanship. It also guarantees that the men and women who work on your printed materials receive decent wages and benefits in plants which practice responsible labor-management relations (

About Metro Print and Mail Solutions
Metro Print and Mail Solutions is a leading edge communications company with the expertise to help our clients get their message out and on time. Since 1987 we’ve gone beyond other printing, fulfillment and direct mail companies to make sure our customers always send the right message. Our one-stop printing and direct mail services can save you time and money. Our full-service shop, with a union print, pre-press and bindery division, is based in Sacramento, CA. The 115,000-square-foot facility accommodates state-of-the-art equipment with all operations closely supervised by our dedicated, knowledgeable staff. For more information, visit

Source: Metro Print and Mail Solutions.

  • CJL

    Being a union shop is no assuance that working conditions are any better than well run union free plants and no assuance that the quality of the product and service is any better than union free plants.

  • Tim

    I guess the fact that the union pension fund is basically insolvent was no big deal