By Jon Robinson
CANADA’S MOST INFLUENTIAL PRINTER 2010:
GROUP E CANDIDATES
Allen Hallis PA50 2010 #5 ranking
Leading the Canadian arm of the world’s largest commercial printer, which was founded 146 years ago, Hallis has the support of an organization operating across 14 different time zones, on four continents, and in nearly 40 countries. The printing giant has a formidable list of services: commercial printing, direct mail, financial printing, print fulfillment, labels, forms, logistics, call centres, transactional print-and-mail, print management, online services, digital photography, colour services, and content and database management.
Operating out of a new 95,000-sq-ft facility, after multiple business purchases, Barbieri has been heavily involved with the CPIA, currently as Secretary-Treasurer.
With significant environmental initiatives over the past two years, Collinge leads one of Canada’s largest book manufacturers with 250 employees and a 170,000-sq-ft plant.
Leading a commercial printing company in business for over 50 years, Ekstein also serves as CPISC co-Chair to build a HR framework for the future of Canadian printing.
Rob van Velzen
A North American innovator in direct-mail production, van Velzen’s structures FSA into five future-looking divisions: FSA Services, Analytics, Logistics, Delivery Net and Media.