Trade Secret Printing

Trade Secret to Showcase New Web Press, Facility During Open House
August 8, 2008

TORONTO—Trade Secret Printing, one of North Americas’s fastest growing trade printers, is pleased to announce it will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, August 21, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. to celebrate the completion of its new manufacturing facility at 40 Horner Ave, in Etobicoke, Ontario. The 104,000 sq.ft. building was acquired to house a new Goss Sunday M2000 24-page web press, along with two six-color Heidelberg sheetfed presses and a 10-color Heidelberg with roll-to sheet capabilities, as well as full bindery facilities. The print community is invited to tour the building and observe the new press in operation, along with

June 1, 2008

Standard Acquires Veitch READING, PA—Standard Offset Printing has purchased Veitch Printing and Veitch Digital Partners for an undisclosed amount of cash, according to the Lancaster (PA) Intelligencer Journal. The deal creates a company with a potential for annual sales of $25 to $30 million. NewPage Going Public MIAMISBURG, OH—Coated paper manufacturer NewPage Group is planning an initial public offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The Associated Press reports that the offering price may be as much as $805 million. Some NewPage stockholders will sell shares as part of the IPO. Impact Obtains ZipSort MINNEAPOLIS—Direct mail marketing specialist Impact

Canadian Trade Printers — Going North of the Border
June 1, 2007

Toronto is home to many wondrous icons, from the CN Tower on down to hockey’s Maple Leafs. But, to the printing industry, the greater Toronto area is a fertile feeding ground for farming out excess volume or special needs jobs to the scores of printers to the trade that thrive here. It is a curiosity that so many printers to the trade are based in and around Toronto, but there are advantages to taking this route. Many of the trade businesses are relatively young, thus, much of the equipment in these shops is new. For many, an outside sales force is unnecessary. And, now,