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  • 01 May 2019

Komori strengthens position in Canada through successful relationship with Komcan

Komori strengthens position in Canada through successful relationship with Komcan

Komcan, Komori’s exclusive dealer in Canada, has detailed a number of installations in 2018 that have allowed the country’s printers to, ‘realize their business goals and take their print offerings to the next level’, according to Jacki Hudmon, senior vice president of sales and marketing at Komori America.

Highlights from Komcan’s 2018 Komori sales include:

  • Ellis Packaging of Pickering, Ontario, part of The Ellis Group and one of the largest independent Canadian packaging companies. It purchased its sixth Komori press last year, a 6-color Komori Lithrone GX40 with coater (GLX640C). The Ellis Group now has the largest number of GL presses in North America, with two presses in each of its three locations;
  • Produlith Packaging, a full-service folding carton and flexible packaging company in Montreal, Quebec. It replaced two competitive presses with the purchase of a 6-color Komori Lithrone GX40 with coater (GLX640C) with H-UV ink curing system, along with Komori’s KP-Connect, a cloud-based technology for data-driven operations that offers real-time control of all printing processes;
  • Whitehouse Graphics of Vaughan, Ontario, which installed a 6-color Komori Lithrone G40 with coater (GL640C) in its new facility in Woodbridge, replacing a competitive press; and
  • Astley Gilbert, a full-service print and imaging solutions provider in Toronto, Ontario, which has been a Komori operation for many years. It added an 8-color Komori Lithrone G40P with coater (GL840PC) with Komori’s H-UV ink curing system.

Hudmon said: ‘We congratulate Komcan on a successful 2018. We value our long-term partnership with Komcan and are thrilled that Canada’s innovative print and packaging customers have the dedicated support Komcan provides to realize their business goals and take their print offerings to the next level.’

Komcan president Steve Ranson added: ‘We work very closely with our colleagues at Komori America to provide Canadian printers the expertise they need to select the Komori press that will handle their printing challenges, as well as support their growth and profitability. The printers in our market trust Komori presses for their advanced technology and reliability. It keeps them coming back when it’s time for a new press.’ 

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