Category: Canada

FUJIFILM Toyama Chemical enters agreement with Appili Therapeutics

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FUJIFILM Toyama Chemical Co., Ltd. (President: Junji Okada) announced today it has entered an agreement with Appili Therapeutics (“Appili”) regarding the assignment of rights for the development and marketing of

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Minuteman Press expands in Ontario city

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Chris Harvey is the new owner of a Minuteman Press Franchise in London, Ont. Harvey does not have any printing industry experience, but expresses satisfaction in being a Minuteman owner

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Multi Bookbinding Installs Muller Martini’s KM610 Perfect Binder

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Multi Bookbinding is Canada’s only hardcover book trade bindery, producing runs ranging from 100 copies to 50,000. Recently, they invested in Muller Martini’s (PRINTING United Booth 10543) KM610 perfect binder in order

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Torstar posts Q2 loss as revenue falls, restructuring costs rise from last year

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Torstar Corp. booked a $17.4-million loss attributable to shareholders in its second quarter, as revenue dropped 11 per cent from the same time last year and restructuring expenses increased, the

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Gutenberg Gala, Celebrating Canadian Print Excellence

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The Team at Imprimerie Sainte-Julie in Montreal took home the Award for Best Flexible Packaging for their La Coulée, Sparkling Maple Water packaging, that was printed on a Mark Andy

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One Solution, Maximum Results: How one printer decreased their anilox roll cleaning by 600%

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Associated Labels and Packaging is a premium digital and flexo printing company located in Vancouver, Canada. Their full-service, in-house facility offers art and pre-press, printing, and converting packaging abilities. To

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Signs by Tomorrow Franchisee Experiences Wide Format Growth with Fujifilm

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Signs By Tomorrow Arlington Heights – Arlington Heights, Ill., has developed a reputation as a “very creative and reliable” family-owned signs and graphics company within Chicago’s northwest suburbs, and attributes

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Ottawa’s Lowe-Martin sells off web-printing business

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An Ottawa-based printing company announced Tuesday it’s selling off its web-focused business in hopes of streamlining its sales efforts. Direct Response Media Group said Tuesday it’s acquiring Lowe-Martin Group’s web-printing

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Province increases loan to Irving-owned Master Packaging to $9M

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Irving-owned Master Packaging is using a $4.5 million P.E.I. government loan to even out its production process, and another $4.5 million to re-finance an existing loan.  The company, based in

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Counterfeit cash circulating on P.E.I. (Prince Edward Island), police warn

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Police in Charlottetown and Summerside, P.E.I., are warning the public about counterfeit cash that’s circulating around the province. Police in both cities have seized fake $100 and $50 bills and are investigating

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UBC becomes first Canadian university to install GE Additive EBM Q20plus 3D printer

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The university will leverage the technology to drive additive materials research The University of British Columbia (UBC) has become the first Canadian university to install an Arcam EBM Q20plus 3D

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Winners of the WAN-IFRA North American Digital Media 2019 announced in New York.

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The winners of this year’s WAN-IFRA North American Digital Media Awards were announced on the night of June 24 during a special ceremony at the end of the Digital Media

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Established Montreal Printer Triples Throughput Volume with New RMGT 9 Series Press

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KBR Graphics, the exclusive distributor of RMGT offset presses in Canada, proudly announces that it has installed a new RMGT 9 series 6 color LED-UV 8-up press at Imprimerie Maxime.

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GrapheneBlack™ Makes Plastics Reusable

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NanoXplore Inc. (“NanoXplore” or the “Corporation”) (TSX-V: GRA and OTCQX: NNXPF) is pleased to announce that the addition of GrapheneBlackTM (NanoXplore’s proprietary graphene product) to plastics increases the number of times

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Trudeau announces Canadian ban on ‘harmful’ single-use plastics

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Canada is taking steps to ban “harmful” single-use plastics by 2021, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Monday, making the country the latest to join a growing movement around the world

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Canadian Researchers 3D Print Chalcogenide Glass for First Time

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Researchers from the Centre d’Optique, Photonique et Laser (COPL) at Université Laval in Canada have detailed their efforts to be the first to 3D print chalcogenide glass. The findings, published

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