Transcontinental has announced the sale of its publication portfolio to SaltWire Network Inc.
Transcontinental Inc. announces its results for the first quarter of Fiscal 2017, which ended January 29, 2017.
The team at Printing Impressions proudly presents the 33rd Printing Impressions 400 list, the industry’s most comprehensive list of the leading printing companies in the U.S. and Canada ranked by annual sales. The PI 400 rankings offers a glimpse at how the industry has changed, performed and evolved over the years — whether through the adoption of new technologies and/or through M&A transactions.
In 2016, TC Transcontinental's revenues grew 0.9%, from $2,002.2 million to $2,019.5 million. The contribution from acquisitions in the packaging division and the appreciation of the U.S. dollar against the Canadian dollar more than offset the loss of revenues related to disposals and closures in the Media Sector and the decrease in revenues from existing operations. In the printing division, flyer printing volume remained stable.
The Top 20 Magazine Printers ranking has returned for the third year since its revival in 2014. The ranking, which lists leading printers in the U.S. and Canada based on revenue earned in the magazine sector, is intended to serve magazine publishers as they assess their printing needs and the landscape of potential printing partners.
Short runs and fast turnarounds—a virtual mainstay for the commercial market—is making an ever-increasing impact in the book sector.
Thirty-three graphic communications companies were selected to receive Printing Industries of America's 2016 Best Workplaces in the Americas awards. Of those recognized, 11 companies received the coveted designation “Best of the Best,” while 22 earned “Best Workplace” honors. The awards acknowledge the print and graphic arts companies that provide outstanding workplaces for their employees.
Transcontinental Inc. has released its financial results for the third quarter of Fiscal 2016, which ended July 31, 2016.
Transcontinental is selling most of its commercial printing line of business operated from its Transcontinental Dartmouth plant.
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