A Family Business

On a Global Scale

Alexander’s is a private, family owned and operated company based 30 miles south of Salt Lake City, Utah.  Jeff Alexander founded the company in 1979 and has grown it from a multiple location copy shop to a global print and fulfillment enterprise. 

With over 150 employees, Alexander’s serves clients in 14 countries and ships to well over 30 countries around the world. Alexander’s is a member of the International Printers Network and has partners all over the globe. 

Today, Alexander’s specializes in custom, print on demand products through technology based solutions.

White Label

Alexander’s is happy to partner with clients worldwide to be an invisible white label solution.  By connecting through an API, Alexander’s can print and ship a wide range of custom, print on demand products. 

By doing this, Alexander’s truly becomes a member of your team and a partner in delivering exceptional customer service to your consumers.

Global Reach

Alexander’s has traveled extensively and visited many printers around the globe.  As part of the International Printers Network, Alexander’s is able to serve our clients no matter their location and print with the same quality and production as we perform out of our headquarters in the western United States.

Alexander's History

2019
Alexander’s celebrates 40 years in business, using automation to print and ship to customers all over the world.
2018
Alexander’s completes building addition on it’s print and fulfillment headquarters, bringing square feet to 65,000+
2015
Alexander’s installs the MGI 3DJet Varnish and begins to offer digital foil. Installs the HP Indigo 10,000. Chatbooks becomes first photobook customer.
2014
Alexander’s acquires MyCanvas from Ancestry.com
2012
Alexander’s becomes 100% digital with no offset presses
2011
Alexander’s launches Divvy Systems, an online product management system
2005
Alexander’s opens it’s large format print department
2001
Alexander’s prints tickets for the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah
2000
Alexander’s introduces Web-To-Print services and begins future of automated printing
1998
Alexander’s moves to the now Global headquarters in Lindon, Utah
1996
Alexander’s installs its first HP Indigo digital color press
1992
Alexander’s introduces digital printing with Xerox Docutech
1987
Alexander’s launches Stars and Stripes hot air balloon beginning a long time Alexander’s tradition
1984
Alexander’s opens third and fourth copy shop locations
1983
Alexander’s opens second copy shop location
1979
Alexander’s opens as a copy shop. “Copies while you wait.”