Anderson & Vreeland (A&V) announces the acquisition of Flexolution, leading distributor of flexographic printing materials serving Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. The acquisition is part of Anderson & Vreeland’s strategic growth initiative to provide expanded service and support to North American customers.
Flexolution, founded in 1989 by Pierre
Noël, has a
sales/warehouse and a long and successful history in servicing the flexographic
and packaging markets. “Pierre’s success with
the Flexolution team allows us to better serve the Canadian market in one bold
move,” says Thomas Gavin, CEO of Anderson & Vreeland, Inc. “Pierre’s intense drive and
commitment to provide better service and performance is in perfect sync with
Anderson & Vreeland’s core values,” adds Gavin.
Pierre Noël notes, “A&V’s
state-of-the-art product line and well-recognized technical support are
tremendous strengths that will better serve our customers. Combining the
strengths of our two organizations will create a synergy to achieve long-term
growth and truly benefit all of our customers.” Noël will continue to direct all sales
activities for the new company, now identified as Anderson
& Vreeland Canada, ULC, throughout Eastern Canada.
Anderson & Vreeland Canada,
ULC, will offer an expanded line of flexo prepress equipment, materials and new
technologies including direct laser engraving and continuous printing on
sleeves. “We’re excited to introduce the ‘Future of Flexo’ to the Canadian
market with new technologies that improve flexo print quality and efficiency,” says Darin Lyon, vice president and general manager of A&V.
Anderson & Vreeland’s expansion into further solidifies the
company’s commitment to the North American market. Future plans call for establishing
a sales/warehouse in the area to better
customers and then expanding into western provinces. The company has nine
distribution sites throughout the United States
and three distribution sites in
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Anderson & Vreeland Acquires Flexolution in Expansion Move
August 24, 2011