14 January 2020

JAPAN—

Name change and breakup with Xerox
Name change and breakup with Xerox
Fuji Xerox has announced that it is changing its corporate name to FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. as of April 1, 2021. They will also has decided to end the Technology Agreement with Xerox Corporation on the agreement’s expiration date, March 31, 2021. The Technology Agreement provides for technology/brand licenses and sales territories

13 January 2020

MARKHAM—

 
 Transcontinental has announced  the acquisition of Artisan Complete, a company specialized in  point-of-purchase displays and large format printing. This transaction, which follows the acquisition of Holland & Crosby Limited in October 2019, is aligned with  Transcontinental’s strategy to continue growing in the in-store marketing product printing vertical, where the Corporation is already a key player in Canada.

13 January 2020

OTTAWA—

Up to 70% of what is printed  in Canada goes through the mail
Up to 70% of what is printed in Canada goes through the mail
 Arbitrator in CUPW negotiations granted six-month extension. The Minister of Labour has agreed to extend the arbitration process by six months, to June 30, 2020, at the request of the arbitrator.  Arbitrator Elizabeth MacPherson, whose mandate was set to expire on December 31, 2019, now has until the end of June to deliver two new collective agreements between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW-Urban and CUPW-RSMC).

13 January 2020

MISSISSAUGA—

To the trade only since 1992
To the trade only since 1992
Trade Impressions of Mississauga is closing down after 28 years in business. Trade Impressions was a trade only shop that specialized in digital printing and had a number of Konica Minolta and Ricoh machines. Most of the staff is moving over to Multi Graphics ( MG Print.ca ) which is  very close to were Trade Impressions was.

13 January 2020

KELOWNA , B.C.—

 
Roland DGA, a  provider of  wide-format inkjet printers and other innovative digital imaging devices, has announced the signing of British Columbia-based CanCADD Imaging Solutions as its newest Canadian authorized reseller. A one-stop, full-service dealer focused entirely on the design/graphics printing,

13 January 2020

BRAMPTON—

Data Communications mail plant in Brampton
Data Communications mail plant in Brampton
KST Industries Inc. announces that on January 6 it acquired ownership of a total of 3,148,718 commons shares at a price of $0.23 per of DATA Communications Management Corp.They bought the share through a  rights offering  announced by Data in November of 2019. KST owned  approximately 9.30% of the issued and outstanding Common Shares before the purchase .

8 January 2020

ROCHESTER . NEW YORK—

Target of highly levered Xerox buy out.
Target of highly levered Xerox buy out.
 Xerox Secures $24 Billion in Binding Financing Commitments for HP Acquisition. Xerox Holdings Corporation has sent a letter to the Board of Directors of HP Inc. confirming that it has obtained $24 billion in binding financing commitments from Citi, Mizuho and Bank of America to finance it's acquisition of Hewlett Packard ( HP) . HP voiced reservations including Xerox's  prospects,

8 January 2020

PENTICTON, B.C.—

Minuteman Press of Penricton B.C.
Minuteman Press of Penricton B.C.
 The Penticton  Minuteman Press has committed to planting trees equivalent to the amount of paper the business consumes.  It is one of  the first printers in Canada  to join the PrintReLeaf program, which tracks the volume of paper used by the firm and, through an independent third party, determines the volume of forest timber required to make the paper and plants a comparable amount of trees.

8 January 2020

CHICAGO—

 
 Most of the energy used is renewable and carbon intensity is surprisingly low 67% OF U.S.  PULP AND PAPER MILLS’ ENERGY NEEDS WERE PROVIDED BY RENEWABLE BIOMASS AND FUELS, ON AVERAGE IN 2014.In Canada, bioenergy continues to increase its share of the energy mix, accounting for 56% of forest industry energy use in 2014, up from 49% in 2000 and 43% in 1990.

8 January 2020

HALIFAX—

Printer out of New Brunswick
Printer out of New Brunswick
SaltWire  Atlantic Canada’s largest publishing company  has sold  Bounty Print of Nova Scotia to New Brunswick’s Taylor Printing. All 32 staff of the Bounty Nova Scotia  operation  will join Taylor Printing.  Also included are  offset, digital, wide format printing, finishing and direct mail equipment  plus Bounty Print’s book of business .

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