Ferrostaal today announced it has named KBR Graphics Canada as the
newest dealer in its growing capital equipment sales and service
network. KBR sells and services digital and offset printing presses and
finishing equipment throughout Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic
KBR Graphics today begins selling and servicing the full line of RYOBI®
printing presses. With local sales and service offices in the Greater
Toronto Area, Montreal, Ottawa and Quebec City, KBR is one of the
largest printing equipment dealers in North America. The addition of KBR
completes Ferrostaal’s build-out of its Canadian dealer network.
“KBR is a widely respected and well-run business,” said John Torrey,
president and CEO of Houston-based Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions North
America. “They are also an important addition to our local network. KBR
brings strong relationships and experience, deep technical support and
excellent customer service to commercial printers and
corporate/government in-plant printers in its markets.”
“We were searching for a strong, international partner to help us bring
new, cost-efficient digital and offset print technologies to our
customers,” said Karl Belafi, Jr., vice president-sales, KBR Graphics.
“We found that partner in Ferrostaal, which has been serving printers
worldwide for the last 50 years.
“With their exclusive access to the full-line of RYOBI presses and other
top technology offerings, KBR can be an ever-stronger supplier and
advisor to our customers,” Belafi said.
KBR has sales and service staff in the Greater Toronto Area, which ranks
among North America’s Top 5 print markets. KBR also has bilingual sales
and service staff in Montreal, Canada’s second largest print market.
Ontario and Quebec accounted for more than 80% of Canada’s C$8
billion-plus print shipments in 2011, according to the Canadian Printing
Ferrostaal has one of the largest printing equipment teams in North
America with more than 100 sales and service professionals and 18
authorized dealers. Also in Canada, Winnipeg-based Canadian Printing
Equipment is responsible for sales and service from British Columbia to
About KBR Graphics
KBR Graphics is one of Canada’s largest digital and offset printing
equipment sales and service companies. It provides a broad range of
printing and finishing equipment, parts and supplies. Equipment brands
in its portfolio include MGI, Ryobi, Standard Horizon, Perfecta and
Karl Belafi, Sr. founded the company in 1977. It has grown to become one
of Canada’s largest dealers by providing a broad range of equipment,
strong technical service and highly personalized customer support.
Today, the company is operated by Karl Belafi, Jr., and Kevin Belafi.
For KBR’s Toronto office, call 416-292-8600. For KBR’s Montreal office,
call 514-739-5656. The company’s website is www.kbrgraphics.com.
About Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions North America
Ferrostaal helps commercial, in-plant and package printers in the U.S.
and Canada make their businesses stronger, more innovative and
more sustainable. The company provides printing equipment, custom
financing, quick-dispatch technical support and overnight parts
availability through a large network of local and regional graphics
Ferrostaal tailors its offer to each printer’s specific business needs.
With more than a half-century of experience working with printers
worldwide, Ferrostaal is independent, entrepreneurial and expert in the
business of print, publishing and packaging.
The company markets and distributes the RYOBI 1050, 920, 750/780, 760,
520, 3304 and 3302 series presses, Ryobi’s market-leading LED-UV curing
technology and Ryobi’s inline casting-foiling system for package,
security and special effects printing. Ferrostaal also markets the full
line of highly automated cutters of all sizes from Shanghai Electric’s
Shen Wei Da, delivering printers new pressroom efficiencies.
For more information, contact Ferrostaal at 281-741-6700, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.ferrostaal.us.
Ferrostaal urges printers to “Equip For The Future.”™
About Ferrostaal GmbH
Ferrostaal is a global provider of industrial services in plant
construction and engineering. As a technology-independent system
integrator, the company offers development and management of projects,
financial planning and construction services for turnkey installations
in the segments of Petrochemicals, Power, Renewables, Oil Gas and
Special Projects. As a supplier-independent full service provider,
Ferrostaal assembles complex modules for automotive manufacturers and
suppliers, and trades as an independent sales and service partner with
machines and installations in printing, plastics, packaging and
recycling. Ferrostaal employs around 4,300 people in more than 40
countries. In 2011, its annual turnover amounted to 1 billion Euros.
Ferrostaal is a company of MPC Industries GmbH of Hamburg, Germany.
KBR Graphics, Montreal
Karl Belafi, Jr., 514-739-5656
Equipment Solutions North America, Houston
Mark Booth, 281-741-6719