Kelly Spicers Custom Converting operations deliver a range of sheeting solutions across our entire Western footprint, with expanded capabilities and state-of-the-art equipment.
Custom converted rolls and sheets of printing paper and board grades for the commercial printing and graphical packaging segment.
Kelly Spicers continues to invest in our growing Custom Converting operation, enhancing our product offering and capabilities for the custom sheeting and rewinding needs of customers. We have seven sheeters across the West providing custom size sheets, ranging from digital to wide format layouts, as well as a slitter/rewinder for narrow width converting rolls and full-size rolls for web offset printing.
Explore Our Products
Whatever your converting need, Kelly Spicers has the products to get you there and the packaging design capabilities to help bring your creative vision to reality – and to market.
Equipment & Capabilities
Our Custom Converting operations span three regional locations, each with specific equipment and capabilities to meet a range of converting needs. Explore how each of our Custom Converting Centers can help your business.
Custom Converting Benefits
By reducing the size of the sheet down to the actual area to be printed, our customers can reduce waste by as much as 0% compared to a standard size sheet, improving customer profitability. The reduced environmental footprint is good for the bottom line – and the planet!
Custom size sheets are shipped on specially designed and custom-produced press-ready skids, eliminating the need for printers to manually load paper directly onto the press paper lift. Rolls can be supplied in a range of widths, and core sizes can be specified by our customers.
Every Custom Converting order undergoes an 11-point quality inspection that guarantees a quality end product, including grade, caliper, length, width, squareness, flatness, clean edges, and no dust. Our operators are trained to monitor, inspect and sign-off on every job.
Our three Custom Converting centers have sufficient capacity to meet the needs of the markets they serve, including Salt Lake City for the Mountain States region, Seattle serving the Pacific Northwest, and in Santa Fe Springs, covering California, Arizona, Nevada, and Hawaii.