13 January 2009
Teldon expands publishing division
RICHMOND, B.C.—Commercial printer Teldon Print Media has launched a new magazine through its publishing division. The magazine, called Blush, is targeted to “urban moms” across Canada. The 100-page debut issue, published in December, had a print-run of 140,000 copies, printed on a Heidelberg M-600 at Teldon’s facilities in Richmond, B.C.
It’s of course not uncommon for printing companies to have subsidiary or sister publishing divisions; examples include Quebecor, Transcontinental, St. Joseph Communications, Metroland, and Annex Publishing and Printing.
Teldon Print Media was Canada’s 24th largest printer in 2007, according to the Graphic Monthly Gold List, with revenue of $52.4 million and 315 employees. Along with Blush, Teldon’s media division also publishes Alive magazine, a local health and wellness title with earnings of $7 million in 2007.
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