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At over 5.5 ft, this Reebok Canada display was designed to interrupt and capture attention. It’s internal structure makes it easy to set up and keeps it sturdy and upright while occupying a relatively modest retail footprint.
Proprint was tasked with designing and producing a series of large format wall prints for the new offices of Primaris (a division of H&R REIT). This was a team effort between both companies to bring a fresh look to a new space. Learn more about Primaris here and their exciting retail portfolio.
Using a collection of Primaris property images, Proprint designed a high resolution collage. The Primaris team helped to shape it to represent a successful history in Canadian retail. The result is a colourful accent wall that can be seen from their new boardroom. Large format panels were printed and installed in time for the big reveal.
One of the most exciting innovations in retail point of Sale Production is Panawrapping. This sustainable alternative to vac forming is a proprietary technique that goes beyond simple pop offs and brings 3D objects to life. Panawrapping has made it’s impression on the international retail market. Canada now joins in with Proprint as the sole Canadian provider of this cost-effective technology.
Proprint CEO, Richard Krakower explains what this means for North American Retailers:
“Our clients have challenged us to deliver POS that not only grabs consumer’s attention, but holds on to it. Now, any dimensional object (no matter how complex) can be reproduced cost effectively to stand out against it’s competition, while keeping sustainability top of mind.”
Panawrapping is a ground breaking technique, developed to convert 2D images into 3D graphic embellishments.
Unlike plastic vac-formed objects, Panawrapped™ POS is sustainable, quicker to produce and more cost effective.
The Panawrapped™ System is exclusively licensed for Canada with Proprint. The process is a coveted secret. All we can say is this: Proprint can add dimension to just about any brand.
Take for example this case study for SodaStream. As a leader in home beverage preparation, this brand required a diverse range of large and small format displays. All needed to help consumers to instantly get drawn in to the beauty of the product’s unique design. But also draw eyes in to examine the details.
A SUSTAINABLE AND COST EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE TO VAC FORMING
One of our favourite projects of the year is the Proprint Holiday Fundraiser in support of SickKids. Hands down, it generates the most enthusiasm and teamwork. Probably because it focuses energy on our favourite demographic: Kids!
Last year, we developed Holiday toy collection bins. This year, was a fundraiser. That still required a visual reminder in the office. A corrugate tree and a mantle seemed like the right fit. The fireplace has a motion activated sensor light that flickers like a flame.
4/edition Art Book Fair is produced annually in cooperation with Art Toronto (Canada’s International Art Fair), and is dedicated to the promotion of art book publishing in all forms and artworks created in editions.
“This is our fourth year serving as Official Print and Signage Sponsor.
What can we say? We love art and we love books.”
Proprint Services Inc.
As a leader in Retail Point of Sale Production, Proprint Services Inc. has enjoyed an exciting year. New clients, new projects and a new approach to helping brands stand out in retail. It’s what they are known for – retail adaptation.
A new chapter requires a new page. With an expanded gallery of work featuring corrugate displays, retail POS, packaging and in-store examples to give you a real sense of what they do and who they do it for.
They are trusted by some of the country’s top brands to make them look their very best.
Few things say summer like golf. The acceptation of course is sharing some wine after the game with friends. This clever retail display, not only efficiently stores wine for sale, it draws attention. Those two features alone make this one a winner.
This Safeway location featured below shows just how well everything came together.
Traditional Printing is a fast paced industry. Retail POS Production is even faster. Sometimes along with that pace, things can get a little messy. And an untidy office or production floor is not something that you want to start the year off with. That’s why it’s so great to come back to Proprint and find everything optimized for success. Who’s success? – Yours actually.
Before the year concluded, the entire Proprint team rolled up their sleeves to clean, purge and organize the entire company (2 facilities). It required teamwork and accountability. What did we learn from this yearly endeavour?: We have an abundance of both.
Every year, the Proprint Toy Drive brings everyone together. Collected in support of The Toronto Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), employees, clients and suppliers gather up as many new, unused toys that they can get their hands on. Inspired by the bravery and kindness of some special people.
As Proprint‘s new President, Warren brings with him over 20+ years in the corrugate, packaging and POS industry. His positive approach to problem solving is complimented with a passion for teamwork and communication. Warren generally loves what he does and it shows.
As a long-time client of Proprint, Warren came to admire (and count on) Proprint’s superior level of service. As President, he has set his sights on taking those services to new heights.