Paragraph Inc., a company specializing in print and digital communications, has acquired Kayjon, a commercial printing facility located in the same region of Saint-Laurent, Quebec.
Kayjon’s facilities will be moved to the Paragraph facility located in a borough of Saint-Laurent. With the joining of Paragraph and Kayjon, more than 175 employees will be brought together and the company has combined sales targets of $26 million.
For more than 25 years, Paragraph has been developing customized, innovative solutions for printing, document management and integrated digital media for its customers. His knowledge and expertise in these fields have made Paragraph one of the most recognized companies in the industry. Today, it relies on its know-how and vision to position itself as a leader in this industry that is undergoing a profound transition.
On news of the acquisition, Martin Lépine, President of Paragraph, said: “Through acquisitions and R&D, we are able to redefine the possibilities of the world of graphic communications and marketing services… The status quo is no longer an option in our industry and we are embarking on this new turn by combining the ultimate in printing technology with the power of new media to better ensure our growth. This will enable our customers to optimize the efficiency and performance of their communications, whether printed or digital.”
Founded in 1979, Kayjon is one of the best know commercial printers in Quebec, focused on providing high-quality, sheetfed printing, as well as a range of related services like prepress, digital printing, cutting and finishing. “It was clear that our two companies, resolutely focused on quality and customer service, are joining forces to offer a diverse range of products,” said Derek James, President of Kayjon. “With the expertise of our employees who complement each other admirably, we will continue to build strong, long-term business relationships, as we have been doing since our early days.”
James continues to explain that the combined company will now be able to offer a turnkey service to customers, including: graphic design services, integrated marketing and communications services, premium printing (conventional, digital and large format), POS advertising, distribution and advertising.
“We are truly enthusiastic to be able to honour the continuity of what is the DNA of this beautiful organization that is Kayjon,” said Lépine. “Together, I am confident that we will have the ability to offer our clients a range of services that combine a high level of know-how with the strength of new media. This alliance marks the beginning of a new era in our field, and our customers will be the first to benefit from it.”
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