MISSISSAUGA, ONT—September 19, 2008—Gandinnovations, a world leader in grand format digital printer innovations is setting new standards for productivity, color accuracy and image fidelity. It will be showcasing a special presentation seminar in their booth at both the SGIA and GraphExpo shows where customers will see this incredible new RIP software in action with the Jeti range of digital printers.

MISSISSAUGA, ON—Moore Corp. has completed its acquisition of Wallace Computer Services. Industry analysts estimate that the new company, Moore-Wallace, could generate approximately $3.6 billion in annual revenues and will have more than 18,500 employees worldwide. The combined company expects to generate cost savings of at least $50 million as a result of the merger, according to Moore-Wallace officials. Wallace brings 45 manufacturing facilities; nine distribution and warehousing hubs; and 150 sales locations to the marriage. Moore has 45 production facilities, 14 print fulfillment centers, 23 warehouse hubs and 220 sales locations throughout the world. As a result of the $1.3 billion merger, Moore's trading symbol for shares

MISSISSAUGA, ON—Robert G. Burton has stepped down as Moore Corp. chairman, president and CEO. When Burton joined the company in 2000, Moore was in financial disarray. He is widely credited with rejuvenating the ailing company. Burton will remain a senior advisor to the company. Meanwhile, Mark Angelson has been tapped to be the new CEO. Previously, he served as the company's non-executive chairman and lead independent director. Angelson was deputy chairman of Big Flower Press Holdings, now known as Vertis. Alfred Eckert III has been named to the position of chairman of the board. Eckert, chairman and CEO of GSC Partners, has been

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