Good things are going on in Canada, including a growing market for flexographic printing and expanded services offered by Anderson & Vreeland Canada. “Besides our obvious love affair with maple syrup, poutine and all things hockey, you may be surprised at how well flexo is thriving in Canada,” said Sean Sawa, Director of Sales for Anderson & Vreeland Canada, ULC. “Some of the highest quality print on poly, corrugate and label stock is being produced north of the 49th parallel,” added Sean.
Drawing on the growing demand for flexo, A&V Canada has introduced a new blog with articles relevant to the Canadian flexo marketplace. Canadian printers are committed to remaining competitive, which means learning about and adopting technological innovations to improve print quality and reduce costs.
A&V Canada’s blog will provide information on new and refined technologies affecting flexo, like CTP, and case studies of Canadian converters adopting new technologies. Switch Graphics, a Barrie, Ontario-based flexo trade shop is a good example.
Switch Graphics opened its doors on June 10th, 2014 and needed new equipment, software and most important, support. They turned to A&V Canada. “Anderson & Vreeland was the one company that really stepped up to the plate and recommended equipment and different options, put pricing together, and backed it with a tremendous amount of support,” said Stan Bradley, who oversees production and logistics for Switch Graphics.
You can read and learn from Switch Graphics’ experiences establishing a successful business serving the flexo community in the greater Toronto area.
Look for other good things from A&V Canada as they expand services under the guidance of Sean Sawa, who was recently appointed Director of Sales for A&V Canada.
Make sure you bookmark the new blog to stay on top of information affecting the Canadian flexo marketplace.