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Spicers Canada consolidates its divisions under one brand

March 3, 2021  By PrintAction Staff

Spicers Canada (a division of Central National Gottesman-CNG), a distributor of paper and specialty products, graphics, and sign solutions and industrial packaging supplies has merged all its divisions under a single brand – Spicers. Previously, in addition to Spicers in Canada, Shippers Supply and All Graphic Supplies operated as separate entities since they were acquired in December 2017 and February 2020, respectively.

Based in Edmonton, Alta., and operating from nine locations, Shippers Supply is a manufacturer and distributor of industrial supplies and packaging products across Western Canada. All Graphic Supplies is based in Mississauga, Ont. It is a distributor of media and turnkey equipment solutions to the sign graphics, textile, digital label, and specialty product market and operates from six Canadian locations as well as the Caribbean (Trinidad and Tobago).

“Both Shippers Supply and All Graphic Supplies have proven incredibly beneficial additions to the company,” said Spicers Canada president Cory Turner. “Since the acquisitions, all three organizations have used the opportunity to not only fully understand all available solutions, resources and assets, but also find ways to work collaboratively in the pursuit of unified success.”


Jerry Pierce, vice-president-Shippers Supply, added, “I am excited we are creating a single brand that will provide many benefits for our customers, suppliers, and most of all our incredible employees!”

Chris DeSouza, president of All Graphic Supplies, said, “We are excited to enhance our combined customer, supplier, and team experiences as we optimistically look to the future.”

Turner adds that with this change, Spicers’ Canadian customers will enjoy full and easier access to everything the company has to offer while creating brand clarity and simplicity that will ensure the experience with the company is reliable, consistent, and recognizable across the country.

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