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Scenes from Graphics Canada 2019

April 16, 2019
By Stefano Ruccia
Photos: PrintAction

Several thousand printing companies, suppliers, print buyers and exhibitors attended Graphics Canada 2019, a biannual printing tradeshow held at the Toronto International Centre from April 11 to 13.

Dozens of new products and technologies were displayed and demonstrated, such as the Canon Océ Arizona 1380, Konica Minolta AccurioWide 160 wide format printer, Fujifilm Acuity Ultra superwide UV roll-to-roll press, Delphax Solutions Elan 500HD colour inkjet press, HP Latex 365 printer, Zünd Over Cutter Camera system and The Drafting Clinic HD Ultra Scanner.

Thor Barraclough of Announcement Converters said there are various reasons it’s important to attend the Canadian tradeshow.


“It’s important for us to get in front of our customers and everyone attending this show is a potential customer for us because they’re in the printing industry in some shape or form,” Barraclough said. “It’s really important to see our peers, to actually look at the other exhibitors, talk to them, talk about how we can help their business and how they can help ours.”

The three-day event also featured a range of educational sessions, including IdeAlliance’s G7 Summit, Canadian Label & Package Printing Conference, Ryerson Extended Color Gamut Summit, IntelliFLEX Smart Packaging Workshops, and a DIA Breakfast Meeting.

The following photo gallery provides some of the highlights from this year’s event.