24 January 2024
Remi Marcoux Stepping Down from Transcontinental
MONTREAL—
Remi Marcoux was Graphic Monthly's 2004 Printer of the year
Remi Marcoux was Graphic Monthly's 2004 Printer of the year
 Transcontinental has announced that Rémi Marcoux founder of TC Transcontinental and member of the Board, has not sought re-election as a director. Mr. Marcoux's term will end on March 13, at the annual shareholders’ meeting. In recognition of his entrepreneurial career and his significant contribution to the vision, growth and development of the Company in keeping with its values, the Board has named Mr. Marcoux “Founder Emeritus”. Rémi Marcoux, founder of TC Transcontinental, said:
Rémi Marcoux built Canada's largest printing company since 2011
Rémi Marcoux built Canada's largest printing company since 2011
“I built this great company, which I founded in 1976, with a long-term vision and a desire for continuity. I am a fulfilled and content man as I look to TC Transcontinental’s future, and I thank all our shareholders, customers, suppliers and employees for their unwavering support over the years. At the age of 83, I intend to take it easy a bit, and I have full confidence in my daughter Isabelle, who succeeded me as Chair of the Board in 2012, in Thomas Morin, President and CEO, as well as our talented board members, executives and employees.”Mr. Marcoux is a Member of the Order of Canada and an Officer of the National Order of Québec.
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