7 January 2014
Simpson Print acquires Denison Print
BLOOMINGDALE, ON—Simpson Print has purchased Denison Print and will consolidate operations at Simpson's 70,000 sq. ft. facility. The deal closed Jan. 1, 2014.

"Simpson has great strengths in printing technology, Denison has great strengths in marketing," said Simpson Print owner Martin Johanns in a statement. "Bringing the two together opens up new opportunities for both companies while building on our reputation for excellence among our existing customers."

The consolidation at Simpson's plant in Bloomingdale, northeast of Kitchener, completes a dance between the two companies that started in 1994, when Simpson moved to Bloomingdale from nearby Breslau and Denison moved in to Simpson's old lot.

Tony Denison, owner of Denison Print, said the companies fit well. "I have always been customer-focused and this will allow me to give my full attention to helping my clients with their marketing design and print projects," he said.

The Waterloo Region Record reports that half of Denison's eight employees have transitioned to Simpson's facility.

Simpson started business in 1964 and now offers screen, UV offset and digital printing. Denison Print was established in 1987, specializing in offset printing. 


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