4 November 2014
CJ Graphics expands; poised for growth
TORONTO—Commercial printers C.J. Graphics is set to expand its wide-format division with the acquisition of a new building near its existing facilities in the Mimico area of Toronto.

Owner Jay Mandarino said the company, which already runs six devices in its existing wide format division, will soon announce two acquisitions in the space, as well as new equipment installations. It also plans to add a mailing house.

“We are set to double in size in the next two years,” he said. “And the reason we’re going this route is because our clients are asking us for these services.”
To facilitate the growth the group has finalized the purchase of a new 60,000 sq. ft. facility, which will house C.J.'s large format and fulfillment/distribution services, and the group's digital, interactive, and Designedge—magazine publishing—divisions. The C.J. Group of Companies now owns three facilities totalling more than 150,000 sq. ft.




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