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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • September 2019 • 13 Drytac Canada Moves to New Larger Facility Richmond, Virginia-based Drytac, an international manufacturer of adhe- sive-coated products and finishing equipment, with locations throughout North America and Europe, moves its distribution and administration facility in Ontario has moved to a new, larger location. The new facility, which is more than 70,000 square feet, consolidates Drytac's manufacturing and distribution into one building to improve efficiency and consolidates the entire Canadian workforce under one roof. The move was completed in stages so material supply and production were not interrupted, the company says. The larger space provides increased production and converting capac- ity for both roll and sheet products; 32'-high ceilings to allow for more storage of raw materials and finished goods; 10 dock-level loading bays; and easier access to a major highway. "The new state-of-the-art building in Brampton signals Drytac's continued growth while improving overall efficiency and strengthening the Drytac team," says Hayden Kelley, CEO of Drytac. "The phased move will ensure our customers won't notice any interruption to their service, only enhanced products and support." The move to a larger building follows year-on-year growth since the acquisition of MultiTac in 2013, with more expansion predicted. The new premises will feature improved R&D facilities to support Drytac's market-leading innovations in adhesive science, while a demonstration center and graphics academy are planned for the future. The new address for Drytac in Canada is 30 Driver Road, Brampton, Ontario, L6T 5V2. SDG 4' x 8' $ 279 SYSTEMS FROM /MON *LIMITED TIME BASED ON APPROVAL FEATURES INCLUDE: SIGNMAKINGCNC.COM

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