By Jon Robinson
CANADA’S MOST INFLUENTIAL PRINTER 2010:
GROUP A CANDIDATES
Brian Reid PA50 2010 #1 ranking
Appointed to lead Canada’s largest printing operation in November 2008, Reid is responsible for some 8,500 employees and annual revenues of more than $1.5 billion. He has been with Transcontinental since 1992, which included five years as Senior VP in charge of the Catalog and Magazine Group (seven plants). Transcontinental continues to invest in its printing arm, currently focused on implementing a hybrid newspaper/ flyer platform across Canada, before the end of 2010.
A global provider of high-security print, CBN has four divisions: Lottery, Identification, Shareholder and Payment Systems, which includes the ultimate production challenge – currency.
With 900 employees producing around 800-million personalized transactional statements per year, Dorai has the backing of Bank of Montreal, TD Bank and the Royal Bank.
With over 55 Print Three locations in Canada, Hrywnak leads Canada’s largest print-franchise network, supported by a 150,000-sq-ft production facility in Toronto since 2008.
Founded in 1978, Mazzaferro teamed with tech specialist Brian Auty to build a diverse 60,000-square-foot plant with 40-inch offset, flatbed inkjet, and three Xerox iGens.