22 January 2020

COLLINGWOOD, ONTARIO— 

Stuart Graham former owner of Canadian Fine Color
Stuart Graham former owner of Canadian Fine Color
Industry veteran  Stuart Graham passed away on January 11th. Stuart took over his fathers company Canadian Fine Color and turned it into a national company with offices across the country. Canadian Fine Color was an ink manufacturer and a supplied dealer to Canadian printers. Stuart graduated from Ryerson Institute of Technology in 1955. He was actively involved in the industry and was a member of Canadian Printing Industries Association. Ontario Printing Industries Association, Ink Manufactures Association, PESDA and was a founding member of

22 January 2020

NIAGARA FALLS—

 
Factor Forms & Labels has taken over Sinclair Computer Forms. Sinclair of Hamilton was a trade only business forms printer producing  computer forms, cut sheets, cheques, barcodes and saddle stitched books. The Sinclair's operation  has been moved into Factor Forms location in Niagara Falls Ontario location. Sinclair also owned First Forms of Mississauga which is now part of Factor Forms and has not moved. 

22 January 2020

GERMANY—

Rafael Penuela CEO of manroland sheetfed
Rafael Penuela CEO of manroland sheetfed
“Our production line in Germany is running at full capacity at least till next March.” That’s the positive declaration of Mr. Rafael Penuela, CEO of Manroland Sheetfed GmbH, as he thanked customers worldwide for their support, as evidenced by the strong interest in the company’s high-performance presses. Manroland Sheetfed subsidiaries, together with our headquarters, are working hard together to reach more deals and be of better service to our customers” Mr. Penuela says. 

22 January 2020

TORONTO—

Cameron Mady
Cameron Mady
 “We’re excited to announce that Cameron Mady, a first year Ryerson University student, has been selected to receive the $5,000 scholarship for the 2019/2020 academic year” said Jeff Ekstein, Chair of Canadian Print Scholarships.“Cameron is a great example of a young person whose interest was piqued at an early age and who has pursued the path to the Graphic Communications Management program” mentioned Tannisha Lambert, Program Manager.

22 January 2020

TORONTO—

Canada's largest label company and also one of the world largest
Canada's largest label company and also one of the world largest
CCL Industries Inc. announced its acquisition of two  direct-to-end-user digital printing and software powered businesses in the badging and smart credentials market for its Avery segment. I.D.&C. World is in the live event badges and wristbands  with customers in more than 100 countries. IDentilam Ltd designs and develops a range of software solutions for event badging and identification cards along with digital printing services for customers across Europe.

22 January 2020

CHICAGO—

 
 Wood fiber from sustainably managed forests is essential to the paper cycle. Approximately 6% of the recovered paper supply is used in printing and writing grades. In the U.S. and Canada, the majority of the required fresh wood fiber used in papermaking comes from sawmill chips, which are a by-product of lumber production.

14 January 2020

JAPAN—

Name change and breakup with Xerox
Name change and breakup with Xerox
Fuji Xerox has announced that it is changing its corporate name to FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. as of April 1, 2021. They will also has decided to end the Technology Agreement with Xerox Corporation on the agreement’s expiration date, March 31, 2021. The Technology Agreement provides for technology/brand licenses and sales territories

13 January 2020

MARKHAM—

 
 Transcontinental has announced  the acquisition of Artisan Complete, a company specialized in  point-of-purchase displays and large format printing. This transaction, which follows the acquisition of Holland & Crosby Limited in October 2019, is aligned with  Transcontinental’s strategy to continue growing in the in-store marketing product printing vertical, where the Corporation is already a key player in Canada.

13 January 2020

OTTAWA—

Up to 70% of what is printed  in Canada goes through the mail
Up to 70% of what is printed in Canada goes through the mail
 Arbitrator in CUPW negotiations granted six-month extension. The Minister of Labour has agreed to extend the arbitration process by six months, to June 30, 2020, at the request of the arbitrator.  Arbitrator Elizabeth MacPherson, whose mandate was set to expire on December 31, 2019, now has until the end of June to deliver two new collective agreements between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW-Urban and CUPW-RSMC).

13 January 2020

MISSISSAUGA—

To the trade only since 1992
To the trade only since 1992
Trade Impressions of Mississauga is closing down after 28 years in business. Trade Impressions was a trade only shop that specialized in digital printing and had a number of Konica Minolta and Ricoh machines. Most of the staff is moving over to Multi Graphics ( MG Print.ca ) which is  very close to were Trade Impressions was.

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