24 June 2009
Transcontinental sells Quebec plant
MONTREAL—Transcontinental yesterday announced the sale of its Dumais Street plant in Rimouski, Que., to Groupe L’Avantage, headed up by local businessman Gonzague Drapeau.

There’s no word yet on why Transcontinental wanted to sell the plant, and phone calls from PrintCan were not returned. A press release issued by Transcontinental stated that the decision was made after the company carefully examined its “business objectives.”

The company will continue to operate its Pointe-au-Pére facility nearby, which prints newspapers and flyers.

The Dumais Street plant specializes in printing brochures, business cards, and stationery, and also has prepress and bindery services.



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