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Denison Named President of Simpson Print

March 31, 2015
By PrintAction Staff
Tony Denison (seated) becomes President of Simpson Print in Bloomingdale, Ontario, while Martin Johanns remains owner and Chair of the company.

Tony Denison has taken over the day-to-day leadership of Simpson Print of Bloomingdale, Ontario, after assuming the role of President on March 2, 2015.

Simpson Print is a unique 50,000-square-foot facility providing clients with screen, UV-offset and digital printing services. The company’s products range from decals and large-format display signage for retailers, to books, posters, brochures and stationery. By integrating screen, lithographic and digital technologies, Simpson describes itself as specializing in “hi-tech/hi-touch” projects to produce print work for a sensory experience.

“Simpson has always been a great company,” said Denison. “We are going to take it to new levels as the printing business evolves and creates exciting new opportunities.”


Martin Johanns remains owner and Chair of Simpson Print, the company he bought in 1987. Johanns explained that he expected Denison would some day lead the company when Simpson acquired Denison Print of Breslau, Ontario, in January 2014. Denison’s 27-year career in the printing industry began when he opened a quick-printing shop in nearby Kitchener.

“Tony’s enthusiastic leadership suits the way Simpson does business, which is to deliver outstanding work on time, even with the most challenging jobs,” said Johanns. “I am confident he will continue to bring innovation into the company, and build on the relationships we have established with clients across North America.”

Read Victoria Gaitskell’s cover story on Simpson Print, called Flying Colours, in the April 2013 issue of PrintAction.

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