A&V Canada Acquires Flexo Assets From Grimco

Anderson & Vreeland has acquired flexographic consumable assets from Grimco, a legacy distributor of flexographic printing materials serving Canada. 

This serves as a part of Anderson & Vreeland’s strategic growth initiative, providing expanded service and support to Canadian customers.

Anderson & Vreeland Canada provides an extensive portfolio of flexo prepress equipment, materials, and new technologies. 

Some of the product offerings include XSYS, 3M, Tesa, Lohmann, Adheso, Toyobo, and doctor blades and seals by Provident Group. 

Anderson & Vreeland’s introduction into Canada was in 2011. 

Plans call for establishing a distribution center in the Toronto area to better serve Ontario customers.


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