5 November 2010
Tony Gagliano named Printer of the Year
TORONTO—St. Joseph Communications CEO and chairman Tony Gagliano has been named Graphic Monthly Canada’s Printer of the Year.



Gagliano has been around printing from such a young age, he tells Nancy Clark in the current issue of Graphic Monthly Canada that it is hard to tell whether he chose the career, or vice versa. With a plantin letterpress installed by his father in his childhood home, Gagliano says the first memory he has of printing was at about age five. ““My first memory of printing was standing on a grocery box [by the foot of the press] at five or six years old, feeding single sheets of paper, separating them one at a time from a stack of paper, and giving them to my father who fed them into the letterpress,” he says.

Today, Gagliano heads up one of the largest print and media companies in Canada, St. Joseph Communications ranked 8th in Graphic Monthly Canada’s Annual Gold List of top printers, its printing division pulling in $246 million in 2009.

Gagliano will be honoured at the Printer of the Year reception during Print World, Saturday November 20 at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto. For more information on Print World, visit Printworldshow.com.


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