25 November 2020
Graphiscan Acquires QuadriScan
MONTREAL—
Deal with Accent Impressions fell apart in 2019
Deal with Accent Impressions fell apart in 2019
 Graphiscan has bought Quadriscan of Montreal. Quadraiscan a commercial printer started in 1991 has a Komori 40" sheetfed offset, Die cutter , Indigo Digital, wide format and bindery equipment. 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 and  are now a full commercial printer. 
Now has three locations in Quebec
Now has three locations in Quebec
Graphiscan has two other plants Alma and Longgueuil. About two years ago Grpahiscan bought Litho Group.  In 2002, Graphiscan bought their first digital press. Since then, Graphiscan has become a major player in digital printing.  In 2019 Accent Impressions announced a deal with Quadriscan but it fell apart in September of 2019. 
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