6 November 2019
Friesens Buys Two Indigo 50000 Presses
ALTONA, MANITOBA—
Pictured from left: Byron Loeppky, Senior VP of Books;  Chad Friesen, President and CEO; and Steve Voth, Corporate Press Manager.
from left: Byron Loeppky, Senior VP of Books; Chad Friesen, President and CEO; and Steve Voth, Corporate Press Manager.
Friesens Corporation, Canada's largest printer of hardcover books, is investing in two new  HP Indigo 50000 Digital Presses for book printing with a more flexible, cost-efficient platform, as it shifts more capacity to digital production. The 29.3 x 44 inch  image size enables ultimate flexibility on printing of any book or photo book, including yearbooks, lay-flat books, long book covers, and calendars.
 
Canada's 18th largest printer
Canada's 18th largest printer
Friesens is a 112-year old premier book, yearbook and packaging solutions provider. The 600 employee-owners serve publishers, schools, self-publishers, and consumer brands from their 350,000 sq. ft. facilities in Altona, Manitoba, Canada. They are listed as Canada's 18th largest printer and a majority of their sales are south of the border . 
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Zebra Paper was great at making these products at much lower prices - what a sad move....
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