4over Celebrates Hurricane Rebound at Moonachie
MOONACHIE, NJ—Trade printer 4over Inc. recently held an open house event at its facility here following a major overhaul necessitated by the damage wrought by Hurricane Sandy last year. The event brought in more than 500 existing customers from New Jersey and New York.
Guests were treated to lunch while watching a slide show displaying the before and after photos of the plant. 4over CEO Zarik Megerdichian was in attendance, along with the company’s top managers, all of whom encouraged customers to ask questions and express their concerns.
“The response to our open house has been great thus far. We’re so thrilled to have had the support of our loyal customers throughout this recovery period and we’d like to thank them for keeping us in business,” Megerdichian said.
Consumed by nearly four feet of water at the height of the storm damage, the Moonachie plant bounced back and is now operating at 100 percent production. 4over Moonachie’s employees and managers worked diligently to clean up and get production back up and running at full speed. New technicians were employed to fix what they could, and equipment that had been damaged beyond repair was replaced. A brand new, five-color Komori Lithrone GL40 press was added, as well.
Meanwhile, production for New Jersey jobs showed little signs of slowing, as 4over utilized several of its other facilities (Miami, Dayton and Phoenix) to pick up the slack and get all jobs done in a timely fashion.
“We understand the urgency of the orders for our customers. We’re committed to fulfilling our customers' orders on time and with exceptional quality. We’ve improved the product flow for faster and more efficient production,” commented Yiannis Lykogiannis, vice president of operations.