14 November 2023
Real Fisher Leaving Data Communications Management
Rael Fisher former President of Moore Canada
Rael Fisher former President of Moore Canada
Chief Integration Officer Rael Fisher will be leaving Data Communications Management (DCM)  after establishing and leading the company’s Integration Management Office following the acquisition of Moore Canada (RR Donnelley Canada). With the overall integration plan being ahead of schedule and target with most integration activities complete or underway, day to day responsibility for the integration will transition to DCM’s Operations. Fisher has held key leadership roles in the print industry for over three decades including serving for seven years as the President of Moore Canada Corporation prior to the DCM acquisition.
Has been consolidating its purchase of RR Donnelly Canada (Moore Canada).
Has been consolidating its purchase of RR Donnelly Canada (Moore Canada).
“The acquisition of Moore Canada Corporation by DCM provided a unique opportunity to create a better, bigger company that is even more capable of providing value to the Canadian print communications market,” said Fisher. “I was very pleased to have the opportunity to lead the post-merger integration effort over the past months, and I’m looking forward to some down time with my family now as I consider my future options.” DCM has became the third largest printer in Canada with sales of over $500 million. DCM will now have  15 plants across Canada including  B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.    
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