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News 14 JANUARY 2015
The rate of trade between Canada and the rest of the world continues to thive. Both imports and exports posted positive numbers.

Imports were on the rise in 2014. Year to date numbers (Jan-Octo) show a 6.8% jump to $1.2 billion in 2014 from $1.13 billion in 2013.

Exports also increased by 15.7 %. In 2014, year-to-date figures stood at $828.4 million, up from $716.1 in 2013.

Exports (in millions) 2014 2013 % Change
August  $81.7  $78.3  4.3
September $87.5  $74.5 17
October $96.8 $73.1 32
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News 14 JANUARY 2015
A recently published Integrated Planning and Resources Management report by Wilfrid Laurier University has advised the Wilfrid Laurier University Press (WLU) to phase out or minimize its services due to budgetary pressures. In response the WLU press has started a petition to fight the recommendation it calls “highly problematic.” >> continued
News 14 JANUARY 2015
The release of Landa’s Nanographic printing presses—originally unveiled at Drupa 2012—are months behind schedule, but in a new blog post designed to address the delay, Benny Landa, CEO of Landa Digital, says the company is “very close” to finally completing the presses.


Benny Landa >> continued
News 19 DECEMBER 2014
As we previously reported, General Printers had filed a motion to make a proposal to restructure under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act—we’ve now learned that the company will be auctioning off its equipment. The auction is being performed by Corporate Assets Inc. on Dec. 16 and can be viewed on Dec. 15.

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New Products 10 DECEMBER 2014
The Roland 700 Evolution press is equipped with state-of-the-art touch screen panels, new enhanced operation, flexibility and comfort with options for left-handed and right-handed console operation as well as customization for different operator body heights.

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News 20 NOVEMBER 2014
There are only three days left until Print World; the biggest
print industry event of the year. From November 22-24, the Direct Energy Centre will welcome visitors, and the biggest names in print, including but not limited to Duplo, Epson Canada, DuraFast Label Company, Roland Enterprises and Esko. A full list of exhibitors can be viewed here.

Don't forget to register  here!  >> continued
News 14 NOVEMBER 2014
Students, parents and faculty gathered at the Heidelberg Centre on Nov. 13, to recognize the best Ryerson’s School of Graphic Communications Management (GCM) program has offer.


Instructor Diana Brown (left) with recipients of the Francesco Giorgio Memorial Award >> continued
Special Feature 10 NOVEMBER 2014
More than 130 print companies generated in excess of $10 billion in 2013. That’s what our Gold List 2014 reveals. The Gold list is a ranking of the largest printing companies in Canada based on sales volumes and compiled with information submitted by print shops themselves and data we have gathered on our own.

Assembling this list is a hefty undertaking but it’s not an exact science. And we confess up front that we may have holes in our data, or may have made some miscalculations in our estimates. We strive each year to refine our methods and our results. But in general, the list provides a good “big picture” look at the industry and some of the trends that are shaping it. So, here’s a list of what we see happening out there.

Read more about Canada's top printers here. >> continued
Special Feature 10 NOVEMBER 2014

From left: Lowell Lee, production manager; Garo Nazarian, president, sales and marketing; Zidane Messedaa, press operator; Carole Desrochers, project manager; Pierre Cousineau, associate; Andrea Pellizza,finishing coordinator

By John Zarwan
  • LOCATION Saint-Laurent, (Montreal) Quebec SIZE OF FACILITY 5,000 sq. ft.
  • ANNUAL SALES $1 million
  • NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 5
  • SERVICES Digital printing, vdp, personalization, wallpaper
  • CLIENTS Agencies, printers, diversified corporate, wallpaper retailers
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News 29 OCTOBER 2014
Staples Canada has announced an expansion to its partnership with Bullfrog Power—a green energy provider—to include four copy and print production locations. They are in Burnaby, BC; Mississauga, ON; Laval QC and Calgary.

“Staples has the capability to do print jobs both at the stores and at print hubs,” Shaun Lewis, vice president, sales at Bullfrog Power said. “The jobs at the print hubs are generally sent there because they’re larger and more complex so they typically can’t be done at a store. ”

Ten locations, including the Staples Canada and Staples Advantage head offices have been bullfrog-powered with clean energy since April 2013.  >> continued
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