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  • TC Transcontinental announced the company has relocated its in-store marketing product printing activities
  • The company is moving its printing activities from the recent acquisitions of Holland & Crosby and Artisan Complete Limited to Transcontinental Brampton
  • The move comes with an eye towards propelling the company’s growth in the promising in-store-marketing market
  • Transcontinental Brampton will also be opening an Innovation Laboratory this summer for customers to test products on different types of shelves
  • Shares of TC Transcontinental are down 1.67 per cent, trading at $22.90 at 12:43 pm ET

TC Transcontinental announced the company has relocated its in-store marketing product printing activities.

The move comes with an eye towards propelling the company’s growth in the promising in-store marketing market.
The company is moving its printing activities from the recent acquisitions of Holland & Crosby and Artisan Complete Limited to Transcontinental Brampton.
The in-store marketing group already generates significant revenue and will see further growth with the addition of yet another major Canadian retailer, bringing more than $20 million in new business annually.
The group’s offering includes the conception, design and building of the full range of indoor and outdoor signage, displays, fixtures and furniture for retail spaces, whether made from paper, cardboard, plastic, wood or metal.
Transcontinental Brampton will also be opening an Innovation Laboratory this summer for customers to test products on different types of shelves.
The group’s offering includes the conception, design and building of the full range of indoor and outdoor signage, displays, fixtures and furniture for retail spaces, whether made from paper, cardboard, plastic, wood or metal.
“The integration of our recent acquisitions in Brampton is an important milestone in our growth journey. This initiative allows us to solidify our leadership position while creating better synergies between our teams in order to continue to innovate. As retailers prepare for a post-pandemic environment by reinvesting to optimize the in-store customer experience, TC Transcontinental stands ready to help with its comprehensive and creative ISM products and services offering,” said Transcontinental Senior Vice President, In-store Marketing and Direct Marketing Marcel Courville.
More than 125 employees have been relocated to Transcontinental Brampton, out of a total of approximately 600 ISM employees.
TC Transcontinental is a leader in flexible packaging in North America, and Canada’s largest printer.
TC Transcontinental had revenues of approximately C$2.6 billion for the fiscal year ended October 25, 2020.
Shares of TC Transcontinental are down 1.67 per cent, trading at $22.90 at 12:43 pm ET.
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