After announcing the purchase of an Agfa :M-Press in April of this year, Scarborough-based Cameron Advertising Displays has now acquired Schawk Cactus Imaging.
“Our company is uniquely positioned to provide a comprehensive range of both analogue and digital print solutions such as retail signage, fleet graphics, billboards, banners, packing, fulfilment, etc., for a broad range of new and existing customers around the world,” stated Bob Deveau, President of Cameron Advertising, on news of the Cactus Imaging purchase.
Cameron Advertising currently runs two facilities, including a 30,000-square-foot space that houses a 5-colour IST Inline UV screen press, as well as a 12,000-square-foot facility geared toward large-format inkjet production. In addition to the :M-Press, the company also lists the following machines in use for large-format production: VUTEk QS 32000 flatbed, VUTEk 3360 roll to roll, 72-inch Mimaki fabric printer, and an HP 5500.
“Customers in the print industry are increasingly looking for partners who can deliver a complete, national solution,” stated Greg Donais, who was recently appointed as VP for Cameron Advertising. “We are now better positioned than any other supplier to deliver on this promise.”
Cameron Advertising, with over 60 staff today, has served the screen-printing needs of the Greater Toronto Area for more than 60 years, while Cactus Imaging has been in business for 18 years.
Read April 2010 article: Cameron Advertising Purchases :M-Press