27 October 2020
E. B. Box Installs Speedmaster XL 106-6+L
RICHMOND HILL, ONTARIO—
FRONT: Jeff Morrow, Plant Manager; BEHIND LEFT TO RIGHT Irfan Rajabali, Director of Business Development; Fawad Faeiz; Amin Rajabali, President; Reza Sohrabi, Shafreen Munjee, Director Sales & Strategy
FRONT: Jeff Morrow, Plant Manager; BEHIND LEFT TO RIGHT Irfan Rajabali, Director of Business Development; Fawad Faeiz; Amin Rajabali, President; Reza Sohrabi, Shafreen Munjee, Director Sales & Strategy
 E.B. Box’s new Speedmaster XL 106-6+L with Push to Stop technology and Prinect Production Manager from Heidelberg could not have come at a better time for the company, who has increased its capacity by 50-60% per shift – helping to accelerate both its growth and speed-to-market. Since the onset of COVID, the company has seen a tremendous pick-up in both the volume of its business and the demand for shorter turnaround times from its customers, who are seeking to keep grocery store shelves filled with their products. 
 
 E.B. Box a food-grade packaging company has been in business since 1972, the company was primarily a carton finisher until 2015 when it installed a 2001 press  and started printing in-house. E.B. Box prides itself on being a “nimble” printer that can accommodate any of its customer needs – with turnaround times 2-3 weeks shorter than many of its competitors
 
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