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Canadian printers win 2018 Bennys

August 27, 2018  By PrintAction Staff

The Printing Industries of America (PIA) has announced the winners of the 2018 Premier Print Awards — congratulations to all the Canadian printers who are receiving accolades.

Nearly 3,000 projects were submitted for judging at this year’s competition. Best of Category awards, referred to as the Benny Award, will be bestowed to more than 120 winners, and numerous other printing companies from around the world have been named Awards of Recognition and Certificates of Merit recipients.

The winning printing companies will be honoured at the Premier Print Awards Gala at PRINT 18 next month.


Best of Category Winners

• C.J. Graphics Inc.
Presentation Folders/Portfolios (1, 2, or 3 colours)

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Booklets (4 or more colours, printers with 101 or more employees)

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Hi-Fidelity Printing

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Stochastic Printing

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Print/Graphic Arts Self-Promotion (Prepress companies, finishing, advertising, and other graphic arts firms)

Umbra Building Reskin
Special Innovation Awards-Other

• Friesens
Portraits of the North
Art Books (1, 2, or 3 colours)

• Met Fine Printers
The Butterfly Book
Novelty Books

Vancouver One

• Mitchell Press
DOTE Magazine
Magazines (Cover-sheetfed; Interior-web)

• PDI Inc.
Cirque Du Soleil Volta – Souvenir Program
Programs (4 or more colours)

Denalt – Prima Paint Label
Labels and Wraps – Cut and stack, sheetfed

Picking up six Bennys, Mississauga, Ontario-based C.J. Graphics Inc. has been awarded the most Bennys in North and South America for a second consecutive year.

This year, B.C.-based Mitchell Press is receiving its first-ever Benny award.

“Thanks to our team, our clients and partners (and of course mom and dad!) for inspiring creativity and raising the bar in print,” says Scott Gray, Mitchell Press VP Sales and Marketing. “We strive to shine a light on our clients and the incredible work they do generating content and creative, we are simply part of their team and want to do great work.”

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