Embrun Printing Company Investing in Cutting-Edge Technology
McGuinty Government Supports Eastern Ontario Economy
Ontario is helping an eastern Ontario commercial printing business to invest in new technology that will increase its competitive advantage, attract new customers and create jobs.
By introducing a cutting-edge automated platform, Impressions Imprimerie-Printing Inc. will modernize production and target new markets. The province is providing $127,710 to the company through the Eastern Ontario Development Fund to modernize and expand its business.
The five-year, $851,399 project will create five new jobs and retain 10 existing positions. Upon completion, Impressions Imprimerie-Printing Inc. will become one of eastern Ontario's leading commercial digital printing companies.
This investment supports the province's five-year Open Ontario plan to create new opportunities for jobs and growth.
- Established in 1986, Impressions Imprimerie-Printing Inc. specializes in graphic design, website development and commercial printing. The company utilizes Forest Stewardship Council certified products.
- To date, the Eastern Ontario Development Fund has committed over $18.9 million to 42 announced projects representing a total project investment of $123.7 million and the creation of 483 new jobs.
- In 2008, eastern Ontario's gross domestic product was approximately $66 billion, representing 12 per cent of the provincial total.
- As a result of business tax cuts and the move to a harmonized sales tax, the tax on business investment in Ontario is being cut in half, making Ontario businesses more competitive.
“Ontario is committed to helping companies invest in cutting-edge technologies to modernize and expand their operation to increase their client base. Through our government's support, Impressions Imprimerie-Printing Inc. will become one of eastern Ontario's leading commercial printing operations.”
“We truly appreciate the Ontario government's contribution to our business. This investment will help maximize production, diversify our product base and help us target new markets.”