MPI moves into large-format, packaging with new Agfa and Esko systems

PrintAction Staff
August 20, 2019
By PrintAction Staff
L to R: Raj Pal Singh, Stuart Charlesworth, Pal Dhanju, Rob Dhanju and Martin Perkins.
L to R: Raj Pal Singh, Stuart Charlesworth, Pal Dhanju, Rob Dhanju and Martin Perkins.
MPI Print has acquired an Agfa Tauro large-format press and an Esko fully automated C64 digital cutter for its Concord, Ont., plant.

Over the next year, the trade printer plans to introduce several other machines to help supplement its expansion in the large-format and packaging markets. 

“As the largest trade printer in Canada, we could not enter the market as an entry level company with so many daily trade clients. So we did this the only way we know how — go big or go  Home,” MPI explains. “Look no further than MPI for all your large-format needs. As the newest player in the large-format business, we are bringing so many door crash deals and incentives for our trade clients.”

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