4 September 2019
Quadriscan- Accent Merger Dead
MONTREAL—
Has bought one other printer in the last year.
Has bought one other printer in the last year.
 The deal for Accent Impressions to buy Le Group Quadriscan has been called off. By mutual  agreement the deal announced in June is dead. Accent Impressions with about 35 employees and around $6 to $7 million in sales was going to buy QuadriScan of with 90 employees and $14 million in sales.Quadriscan started out as a film trade house and when the film market started to die moved into printing.
Started as a film  trade house
Started as a film trade house
They are now a full commercial printer with a 40" offset , digital presses ( just bought 2 Indigos ) wide format and full bindery with saddle stitcher and perfect binder. Le Groupe Quadriscan in one of the largest independent printers in Quebec.  Accent Impressions in May bought  D.English a ticket printer in Montreal that goes back to 1880.  
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Zebra Paper was great at making these products at much lower prices - what a sad move....
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