Transcontinental Capri earned a Safe Quality Food Level 3 certification, an standard compliant with Global Food Safety Initiative.
MONTREAL—Transcontinental Inc. announced that it will be closing its Transcontinental Concord printing plant in Concord, Ontario, and its Transcontinental Edmonton printing plant in Edmonton at the end of December.
TC Transcontinental Printing has signed a multi-year agreement with Postmedia Network to print The Gazette, which is published Monday to Saturday, primarily for the Montreal market. In other news, the company has completed the transaction for the acquisition of the assets of Capri Packaging, a producer of flexible packaging, operating two facilities located in Clinton, MO.
MONTREAL—TC Transcontinental Printing, a division of TC Transcontinental, announced that it is selling the assets of Rastar, based in Utah, a subsidiary which specializes in personalized print products. Rastar will be acquired by Digibell Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Salt Lake City-based Sun Litho. New Direction Partners represented TC Transcontinental in the transaction.
TC Transcontinental Printing, a division of TC Transcontinental, is selling the assets of Rastar, based in Utah, a subsidiary which specializes in personalized print products. New Direction Partners represented TC Transcontinental in the transaction.
Catalogers and magazine publishers in 2013 faced many of the same challenges as the prior year of finding the right mix of media to deliver information and build their brands. In addition, economic uncertainty and pending postal increases were thrown into the pot to create a stew of questions.
Commercial printing industry news briefs from Printing Impressions’ October 2012 edition, including items on RR Donnelley, PIA-NAPL Merger, Acme Bookbinding, Presstek, InnerWorkings, InnoMark Communications, and TC Transcontinental Printing.
TC Transcontinental proudly introduced a panoramic insert, called Panoramax. The format is 63.5x2", which is then folded into four panels for final dimensions of 16x10.5"; it can be printed front and back in full color; plus, it fits into many types of advertising vehicles, such as Publisac and newspapers.
TC Transcontinental Printing is proud to announce that its two contracts to print Rogers’ marketing products and magazines have been extended to 2019 for a value of up to $250 million. That Rogers has extended these major contracts testifies to the efficiency and quality of the services TC Transcontinental provides to meet the diversified needs of this Canadian corporation.
There was some good news for magazine publishers this year, as advertising sales levels began to rebound. Looking at the catalog segment, there is no evidence of the printed catalog disappearing any time soon. A key focus for publishers and catalogers is how to continue to leverage their multi-channel marketing strategies.