The 21 titles represent new work to Worldcolor, which has printed the ABA’s flagship magazine title—ABA Journal—for several years.
Mark Angelson, 58, has been named chairman and CEO of the newly rebranded Worldcolor, formerly World Color Press and Quebecor World, as it attempts to re-establish itself after emerging from bankruptcy protection.
MONTREAL—Worldcolor has appointed Daniel Scapin as president of Logistics and Premedia. Scapin, a 30-year industry veteran, has served as president of logistics at RR Donnelley, Moore Wallace and Quebecor World, and is credited with the creation and growth of the world's largest print logistics businesses.
MONTREAL—Say goodbye to the name Quebecor World and, for that matter, adios to World Color Press as well. The printer formerly known as the aforementioned is now called Worldcolor. The rebranding message to customers is that Worldcolor is "the partner of choice for reaching your target audience through print and electronic communications." Mark Angelson, chairman and CEO of Worldcolor, said the rebranding marks a new era for his organization.
World Color Press Inc. announced that effective immediately the company’s go to market identity will be Worldcolor and it introduced a new logo.
MONTREAL—Mark Angelson, whose illustrious executive career has carried him from leading posts at Big Flower (Vertis) and Moore Corp. to RR Donnelley, and boasts one of the leading M&A portfolios in the history of the printing industry, now finds himself in perhaps the biggest challenge of his career.
Mark Angelson, who has been non-executive Chairman of the World Color Board of Directors, will become Chairman and CEO, effective immediately. Jacques Mallette, the company’s previous CEO, will leave World Color to pursue outside business interests.
World Color Press, formerly Quebecor World, has signed a multiyear agreement to continue printing ESPN The Magazine, a bi-weekly sports news magazine with a rate base circulation of more than two million and a total audience readership of more than 14 million. World Color Press began printing ESPN The Magazine when it launched in 1998.
World Color Press shares will commence trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) on August 26, 2009. Common Shares will trade in both Canadian and U.S. dollars and are listed under the symbols ‘WC’ and ‘WC.U’, respectively.
MONTREAL—World Color Press, formerly Quebecor World, has inked a multiyear contract extension with long-time customer, USA WEEKEND. Under the terms of the deal, World Color will continue to produce the majority of the USA WEEKEND Sunday magazine through October 2015, extending a 24-year relationship. It has produced the magazine each week since 1985.