27 November 2014
C.J. Group of Companies acquires Prime Imaging
TORONTO—The C.J. Group of Companies has added to its roster of 18 companies by acquiring commercial and large format printer, Prime Imaging. Prime Imaging began as a typesetting firm in 1983 and serviced the GTA community for over 30 years. Among its offerings are large-format printing, traditional printing for collateral/marketing materials, vehicle graphics, window graphics, digital die-cutting signage, retail signage, installation and point-of-sale graphics.

“This partnership is a great fit for our ever-expanding group of companies,” Jay Mandarino, president and CEO of the C.J. Group of Companies said. “There is a lot of synergy between our two organizations. Eco-friendly print production and protecting the environment are paramount at both CJG and Prime Imaging.” 

The acquisition will increase C.J.’s production capabilities and boost its overall versatility. C.J. gains multiple large format-digital inkjet presses, digital die-cutting and two photographic presses. With photographic output the company will also be able to offer the best quality large format output on photo paper as well as Duratrans backlit material.

Scott Currie, the current president of Prime Imaging will continue on in his role within the new structure.

Comments:
1. Cpw Designs says:
3 December 2014 at 8:39 PM
Congrats!
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