28 August 2018
Instapresse Moves Into Sign Business
SAINT-CONSTANT, QUEBEC—
Steve Daigle of Cobalt and Jean-Benoit owner of Instapresse
Steve Daigle of Cobalt and Jean-Benoit owner of Instapresse
Instapresse a commercial printer is installing wide format or sign division from COBALT Graphics ( formally Cansel). Included is a HP Latex 335 , HP Latex 570 , Summa cutter,Kala  laminator and Caldera workflow. The HP Latex wide format are roll to roll, 1200x1200 DPI. Instapresse will now be able to do car wraps, outdoor signs, indoor, backlist and textiles. 
 
 Instapresse which is near Montreal was started 10 years ago and bought by Jean-Benoit Sarasin  four years ago. A digital printer printing flyers, advertising material, stationery, forms and promotional material. The company has 6 employees and now is expanding into the sign and wide format side of the industry. 
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20 September 2018 at 3:46 AM
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