Company History

Pro Print has a long history full of name changes and owners.  Many will be surprised to learn that Pro Print started out as Webb Direct Mailing.  Founded by T. Gerald Webb in 1927, Webb Direct Mailing was one of the first printing companies in Saskatoon.  Offering Multigraphing, Mimeographing, Form Letters, Addressing and Mailing services.

Originally Webb Direct Mailing was located on the 4th floor of the Birks Building at the corner of 21st Street & 3rd Avenue.  For the next 84 years, they would occupy many different locations within the downtown core.  Canada Building, Cobbold Block on 2nd Ave, and  above the Maigold Café on 3rd Ave, were all pervious location before settling in the Avenue building on 3rd Avenue in 1961. 

Along with the moves came a series of name changes.  Webb Direct Mailing became Winterton Direct Mail Service, which would change to Early Mailing Service.  The last of these changes occurred in 2009 when the print company Pro Print was acquired.  Early Mailing Services and Pro Print would merge services and the new company would keep the Pro Print trade name.

In 2011 another merger of printing peers would take place as Pro Print and Ink Spot Graphics would combine to provide a larger scope of services to their expanded base of customers.  Pro Print Inc would make one final move to its current location at 127A Ave D North.
For the past 87 years we have been supplying all of Saskatoon and area with the best in printing products and customer service that is second to none.  We invite you to consider using our printing firm the next time your company needs printing.  We would love an opportunity to demonstrate our service on your next printing order. You see, we do things very differently than the other printers in our community, and we believe we can provide the best all-around experience for you if you'll give us a try.

If you would like to talk to one of our customer service representatives, please call 306-665-0999 or 306-244-4630 (4630 was the telephone number given to T. Gerald Webb back in 1927).  We would be happy to discuss how we can help your business succeed and prosper.