17 May 2023
Proprint Adds Speedmaster CX 104 to Grow Folding Carton Capacity
 Front to back: Dennis Steeves, Pressman, Proprint; Steve Tufts, Pressman, Proprint; Richard Krakower, CEO, Proprint; Warren Pearce, President, Proprint; Pat Durkin, Vice President, Print Production, Proprint; Donald Foote, Vice President, Finishing, Proprint
Front to back: Dennis Steeves, Steve Tufts,Richard Krakower, CEO,Warren Pearce, President,Pat Durkin, Donald Foote.
 Proprint recently installed a new Speedmaster CX 104-6+L from HEIDELBERG to complement its current six-colour Speedmaster CD 102. Now, according to Krakower CEO of Proprint, with the new “beast” CX 104, “If we get a run that’s 100,000 or 200,000 sheets, we’ll be able to accommodate the job without interrupting our core business.” Proprint shied away from what it deemed “longer” run folding carton jobs that could monopolize time on press.
specialized in short run packaging
specialized in short run packaging
“We like to be able to react on a dime for our customers,” said Richard Krakower. The company’s average turnaround time from receiving a print-ready file to live production on press is usually only 24 hours. Proprint, a self-described “very small, big company” has flown under the radar as one of Canada’s most proficient print providers throughout much of its thirty-year history. But over the last decade of building up its in-store retail display and folding carton business, the company is looking to move to the next level of long-run folding carton production. 
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