CANADA'S MOST INFLUENTIAL PRINTER 2010:
GROUP F CANDIDATES
COMMERCIAL PRINTINGSean Murray PA50 2010 #6 ranking
President & CEO
Advocate Publishing & Printing
As the third-generation leader of Advocate, a history that began in 1935, Murray is arguably the most-influential printer in Atlantic Canada. While company employs around 500 people in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Murray also represents the region’s printing interests through his involvement with the CPIA, serving as Chairman from 2006 to 2008. For three consecutive years, he has been named as one of Atlantic Canada’s top 50 CEOs by Atlantic Business magazine.
Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 Recipient in 2005
Bruce F. Murray Family Foundation Family-founded charitable organization
CPIA Former board chairman, 2006-2008
Atlantic Canada's Top 50 CEOs Three years running
CPISTF Current trustee of scholarship board
President & CEO
With 2009 sales of US$506 million, Berry focuses on the development of materials and machines primarily used for perishable foods, beverages and in health care.
TSX stock information
Winpak structure Nine business units
COMMERCIAL PRINTINGJay Mandarino
Arguably Ontario’s most-visible commercial printer, Mandarino has won over 6,500 awards, including three 2010 Bennys, while dedicating enormous time to charitable work.
C.J. Skateboard Park & School Company-founded charitable organization
JB Auction Services Self-founded Charitable organization
Applied Arts Awards Perennial winner
Premier Print Awards Current and past winner (The Bennys)
International Gallery of Superb Printing Perennial winner
LARGE-FORMAT PRINTINGRalph Misale
Chief Operating Officer
Purchasing Eclipse from U.S.-based Adams Outdoor in 2010, Misale, with business partner Grant Malcolm, now leads a 70,000-square-foot plant dedicated to large-format.
Eclipse production strength
Eclipse project portfolio