HP Inc. yesterday reached a milestone 1,000 HP Indigo Series 4 presses sold as customer momentum for its 29-inch (B2) platform across commercial and labels and packaging digital printing applications grows.
Hillside Printing has closed its production facility at 3050 Nanaimo Street and has announced a strategic relationship with ARC Document Solutions Canada.
North American distributor Matik and Sensotec GmbH, a German manufacturer of register control systems, have signed an exclusive North American distribution agreement throughout Canada, the United States and Mexico.
PrintAction has learned that Pazazz Printing of Ville Mont-Royal, Que., filed a Notice of Intention in January and has submitted a proposal for restructuring, with Richter Advisory Group appointed the proposal trustee.
Following a successful partnership in Canada, a distribution agreement has been finalized with Graphic Whizard Inc., Graphic Whizard USA Inc. and Xerox sales channels in the United States selling the PT335 SCC Multi slit/cut/crease finishing system.
On December 21, Belmont Press of Markham, Ont., completed its acquisition of Hi-Lite Laminations of Mississauga, Ont. Doubling its lamination capacity from two high-speed laminators to four, the machines are now up and running at Belmont’s 50,000-square-foot plant. “Lamination is growing, not shrinking and is one of the only value-added processes that is doing so,” explains Jamie Schaeffer of Belmont Press.
On June 13, five education sessions and exhibiting companies will provide technological and business insight for printing professionals looking to build their business. The 1-day conference in Mississauga, Ont, will also feature exhibits by founding sponsor Canon, and silver sponsors HP and Wells Fargo.
Georgia-Pacific says it will lay off nearly 700 people and shut down pulp production at its Port Hudson, La., mill as it exits the communication papers business, following an assessment of its long-term competitive position in a declining market.
MacDermid Graphics Solutions is announcing a new direction for its line of screen printing solutions, which until now have been sold under the Autotype and CPS brands. The company this week announced it will be unifying both brands under a new name, Alkemi, and revealed a new logo, tagline and website, a move it says will better position itself to become a leader of screen films, emulsions, and screen preparation chemicals.
North American manufacturer of envelopes and paper-based packaging solutions Supremex has acquired exclusive rights to manufacture Conformer packaging products in Canada.
Rayacom, an Edmonton, Alberta-based full-service print, design and marketing solutions company, recently acquired Wilson Business Solutions of Hamilton, Ont., a commercial printing company that specializes graphic design, digital and offset printing and finishing.
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