Scott Gray, after almost 30 years spent with Vancouver-based MET Fine Printers, one of Canada’s most highly recognized commercial printing operations, has joined Mitchell Press as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
“My career at MET has been a dream, the Kallas family have afforded me every opportunity to challenge the norms, push print boundaries, mess up… and become a pioneer in all things surrounding print communications, new media and digital storefronts,” wrote Gray in an email to colleagues about taking on his new role with Mitchell. “I have been blessed to work with some of North America’s finest creative minds and have been able to learn from the best in the biz that ‘Things are only impossible until they are not’ – [a famous Star Trek quote].”
Gray continued to explain that Mitchell and MET are very complimentary to each other as family firms with great reputations. “This [is] a great opportunity for my personal growth,” wrote Gray.
Based in Burnaby, BC, Mitchell Press is regarded as one of Canada’s leading Heat Set web publication printers. Originally founded by Howard T. Mitchell as a financial newspaper in 1928, Mitchell Press is in its third generation of family ownership.
Operating out of a 64,000-square-foot facility, Mitchell Press — a G7 qualified Master Printer — is the largest commercial heat-set web printer in Western Canada and the Pacific Northwest, outputting an average of more than two billion printed pages per year for a range of clients.
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