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Grafikom acquires Grenville Printing Limited

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

TORONTO, Oct. 4 -- Grafikom LP announced today the acquisition of Grenville Printing Limited in Toronto, Ontario. Grenville Printing Limited, privately owned and operated by President Bill Burke, provides commercial printing, new media, folding carton production, inventory management and fulfillment. Established by the Burke family over 35 years ago and with a customer base that includes many Fortune 500 companies, Grenville has developed a formidable niche market in the music and consumer goods packaging industries. Grenville's solid reputation in the printing industry offers unique solutions to all their customers' printing requirements. The addition of Grenville to the company's current Toronto location, grafikom.MIL, will substantially increase Grafikom's presence in Toronto and combined, will create one of the largest sheetfed printing resources in the province. "As we consider options for the growth of our company, we are seeking well established organizations that have something unique to offer our customers," says Aivars Beikmanis, President & CEO of Grafikom. "Grenville has earned a solid reputation and brings new expertise to the group with its diverse packaging capabilities. As well, with two major operations in Toronto, customers will have access to unsurpassed capacity and state-of-the-art technology." According to Mr. Burke, "For our customers and employees, joining Grafikom is the next logical step in the evolution of Grenville. With such similar client focused business philosophies, a parallel commitment to updated technology and a mutual respect within a challenging industry, choosing Grafikom was the right decision for us."




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