Transcontinental Vancouver Increases Capacity By 30% With New MAN Roland Press
Press release from the issuing company
MONTREAL, QUEBEC-- Transcontinental, one of the largest commercial printers in North America and Canada's leading printer of flyers and newspapers, is proud to announce it has added a new press to augment its ongoing operations at its Vancouver plant. The MAN Roland Lithoman IV press is fully automated in many areas, and brings some of the latest print technology available to the plant, which produces flyers and other retail products, as well as newspapers such as the National Post. The new press is up and running at full speed, and increases the plant's capacity by 30%.
"This is the best press in the Pacific Northwest for the type of work we do," said Tony Ker, General Manager of Transcontinental Vancouver. "It has the highest potential productivity and quality capability for this type of product in the marketplace, and it will move us to be highly competitive not just in our local area, but across the Pacific Northwest on both sides of the border."
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