Apex International Names Anderson & Vreeland Canada as Partner
Apex International, the globally leading manufacturer of anilox and metering solutions, is proud to announce their partnership with Anderson & Vreeland in Canada.
Apex North America has successfully been working with Anderson & Vreeland Canada for over a decade and has confidence that this strategic partnership will continue to exceed the expectations of their customers while also growing their presence in the Canadian market. Anderson & Vreeland has been representing Apex in Quebec and Eastern Canada with sales and technical representatives who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the anilox and printing industry. With this partnership, they will now service all markets, including flexible packaging, labels and corrugated printing.
Joe Settanni, Apex North America’s Vice President of Sales, says this partnership is key to their success in Canada, “We’ve always had a great relationship with Anderson & Vreeland Canada, and we look forward to expanding our partnership. We have seen nice growth in the Canadian market, and we’re pleased to be a part of the A&V portfolio. Together with A&V, we’re dedicated to providing top tier technology and solutions to our customers, both existing and new.”
Anderson & Vreeland will have six teams throughout Canada representing Apex. These teams will deliver an all-in-one solution since they will handle everything from creating quotes to providing technical support. This partnership brings two like-minded companies together; both are committed to delivering a superior customer experience. Sean Sawa, Sales Director Anderson & Vreeland Canada, comments, "We are incredibly proud and excited to be able to partner with such a professional and quality oriented manufacturer as Apex. We believe that when choosing partners, not only do our sales and strategy goals need to align; but of equal importance is that our values and philosophies are shared. We found all of this in Apex and cannot wait to deliver these shared benefits to the rest of Canada in 2021 and beyond.”