July 9, 2020 By PrintAction Staff
Turbo Images has announced that it has acquired its competitor, Lettrapub, in a deal that brings together two Quebec-based leaders in fleet graphics. The acquisition also includes Lettrapub’s U.S. operation, Team Coach Imaging.
“Turbo Images and Lettrapub/Team Coach Imaging have always been great. Together, we are a powerhouse,” said Pier Veilleux, president, Turbo Images. “By uniting, we are able to offer our customers greater capacity and faster turnaround, along with the continued commitment to excellence that both Turbo Images and Lettrapub/Team Coach Imaging are known for.”
Turbo Images was founded in 1993 with a goal of becoming an expert in fleet graphics, while Lettrapub was established just a year later, in 1994, to become an expert in large-format printing and commercial signage. Its Team Coach Imaging operation specializes in fleet signage and digital printing for bus and recreational vehicles.
“We are excited about what this announcement means for our customers,” said Stéphane Labillois, president and CEO, Lettrapub/Team Coach Imaging. “With the combined strength of our workforce, we can offer the services of a larger company while still delivering the personal touch they already know from us. We will continue to provide our unwavering commitment to quality – but it will be Turbo-charged, with the power of both organizations behind us.”
The acquisition became effective June 29, 2020. The financial terms of the agreement are confidential.
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