Toledo Ticket Expands Operations
The Toledo Ticket Company is proud to announce a significant facility expansion for its growing portfolio of product and service offerings. The new 12,000-square-foot development will be used for warehousing, as well as additional manufacturing space, to keep up with the increased demand for the company’s expanding array of products. In addition, the new construction will become home to its newly acquired partner company, Universal Bindery, Inc.
Universal Bindery has been a Toledo mainstay since 1949, partnering with area printers to offer custom bindery solutions. From traditional saddle stitching to complex book binding, collating, fugitive gluing, automatic pocket folder assembly, full cutting and trimming capabilities such as die-cutting and kiss cutting, folding, laminating, stringing, hand assembly, and unique custom projects, Universal is focused on helping clients deliver a better finished product.
“The coming together of these two companies is a natural fit,” commented Tom Carter, President and COO for Toledo Ticket.
“The coming together of these two companies is a natural fit,” commented Tom Carter, President and COO for Toledo Ticket. “Our knowledge of the ticket printing industry, coupled with the more diverse capabilities we can now offer through Universal to our existing customer base, makes us stronger and provides growth opportunities in new markets, as well.”
Founded in 1910 by Grant F. Northrup, in Toledo, Ohio, Toledo Ticket remains a family owned business and has enjoyed five generations of leadership since its founding. Grant’s philosophy is still the one we believe in today: “Nothing is more critical to satisfying customers than high-quality products at an affordable price.”
Toledo Ticket has grown and adapted to new technology over the years and is now a leading provider of ticketing solutions that are efficient, flexible and keep businesses running smoothly. The company offers custom solutions that are the perfect fit for each customer’s unique needs, including consecutive numbering, bar codes, magnetic stripes, multi-part valet, scratch-off tickets, pay & display, pay-by-space, access and debit cards, and spitter tickets for thermal/non-thermal revenue control.
Toledo Ticket supplies a multitude of industries with both stock and customized products and services with full-color printing, a range of colors and sizes, and an exceptional turnaround time. The company also specializes in RFID tags for college/university parking and credentials to improve security, convenience, meet Green mandates, all in a cost-effective manner. With nearly 50 employees, and multiple manufacturing plants and sales offices around the world, Toledo Ticket serves more than 6,500 parking facilities and 2,000 sports venues with its products.
To learn how The Toledo Ticket Company can help your business, visit ToledoTicket.com, and for more information on Universal Bindery visit UniversalBindery.us.
Nick Ulrich is a partner of UlrichPinciotti, based in Toledo, Ohio. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.