The Burke Group Difference:
Finding the right technology to serve you better.
The Burke Group continues the quest for expansion with their latest acquisition of Topline Printing in Calgary. The purchase is yet another indication that Burke is serious about their growth and investment into the Alberta marketplace.
“Topline Printing started in 1982 and is now the largest independent offset printer
in Calgary,” says Ian Burke, owner and CEO of the Burke Group. “They’ve grown by understanding the needs of their customers and the market, by purchasing the right technology at the right time, and by realizing competitive opportunities.
“They’ve invested in full service mailing, large format, foiling and box-cutting facilities to provide a well-rounded offering for their customers,” Burke continues, regarding his group’s exciting new acquisition. “Their success is underlined by an impressive client-retention track record — they’re still servicing many of their original clients from the early 80’s.”
Fernando Peris, founder of Topline Printing, will retire upon the successful transition to the Burke Group of Companies. “I had a few options and after careful consideration, I’m excited to pass the baton,” says Peris. “I’m confident that our internal teams and customers will benefit from Burke’s sophistication and business process that makes it easier for customers to get what they need.”
The Burke Group is committed to investing in the economy and consistently bringing new technologies to you. This is the Burke Group difference.
Burke Purchase Announcement: Heidelberg Low Energy UV Press.
A pioneer in the world of modern printing, Burke Group continues their forward-thinking philosophy with a commitment to Western Canadian businesses by investing in the Heidelberg Low Energy UV Press. A first for Heidelberg in western Canada, the press utilizes Heidelberg’s revolutionary and exclusive Impress Control 2, Push-to-Stop technology that offers unparalleled print automation, speed and efficiency.
Exclusive to Western Canada
The new Heidelberg Low Energy UV Press is set to complete the rigorous testing process and begin operation by January, 2019.
“We are committed to continually building unique value for our customers and this investment is another opportunity to differentiate ourselves in the market.” states Ian Burke, founder of Burke Group “No other print shops in Alberta have the consistent volume of work to fully utilize the capacity benefits of this new technology. We are excited to offer an unprecedented level of efficiency that will set the trend for a new way of printing.”
True visionaries are rare
True visionaries possess unequalled ability to see challenges, find answers and bring that which could not have been envisioned if not for pure determination. They recognize solutions intuitively and are bold enough to bring them forward where others would hesitate. Burke Group is not only ahead of the curve, they are shaping the curve and, has now made the exclusive accessible.
In the world of printing, ideas and answers have evolved like everything else around us. Our market has in fact, demanded it. With our commitment and investment into our economy, unparalleled speed and efficiency is the result. The vision to bring it to you is the Burke Group difference.
Why does this investment matter to Burke customers?
Customers of the Burke Group are able to print projects quicker with greater quality than ever before. Specifically, with this new investment into automated print process, the time to quote and print is much quicker than alternative printers. Burke Group has reinvented print management for greater differentiation and customer benefit by doubling production capability.
The leader in print innovation, Burke has met the strict criteria to introduce the first Heidelberg package of it’s kind in Canada. Since Burke is the chosen print provider for such a variety of businesses, they have become the premiere producer for Heidelberg. Automated digital work flow reduces the printing schedule by 60%, operator-free make-ready production eradicates interruptions, increasing efficiency and our client satisfaction. And because productivity has doubled, our jobs are done much faster without losing the quality our customers demand.