Montreal, October 7, 2020 – Canva Group continues to diversify its service offer as a one-stop shop for all identification and visual communication needs by acquiring Flash Grafix, a pioneer in the large format digital printing industry in Montreal.
“For 25 years, Flash Grafix has been constantly reinventing itself by adjusting its service offer, and incidentally its equipment, in order to meet the requirements of quality, flexibility and timeliness in a changing market,” says René-Pierre Roussel, CEO of Canva Group.
“The Flash Grafix team’s expertise in digital printing and development of displays will enable us to better meet demand in these priority areas and guarantee delivery to our customers, should the pandemic affect one of our sites,” adds Hugo Leclair, President of Canva Group.
“This deal is a win-win formula for all our employees and customers, not only by combining our expertise but also by increasing our production capacity ” says Sylvain Messier, founder of Flash Grafix. Jean-Guy Beauchamp, Vice-President, will remain in place to oversee the transition and the integration of Flash Grafix as a business unit within the Canva Group.
About Canva Group
Canva Group is a leading holding company in industrial and commercial printing. Made up of 11 complementary businesses acquired over the past 16 years, Canva Group today has 250 employees in Quebec operating under four independent business units: Idenco Canada (Boucherville), Décalcomanie Artistic (Montreal), Mirazed (Saint-Hubert and Laval) and Flash Grafix (Montreal). A one-stop for identification and visual communications, Canva Group provides complementary services that include screen printing, offset and digital printing to more than 5,000 clients across Canada, the United States and Mexico.