Quebec’s Solisco partners with PrintReleaf

Solisco (Scott, Quebec), one of Canada’s largest commercial printers, has partnered with PrintReleaf, enabling its clients to select reforestation equivalents to the paper used on their printed projects. PrintReleaf creates a global sustainability standard by certifiably guaranteeing to ‘releaf’ the paper consumption of its customers. It’s the only technology platform that measures customers’ paper usage and certifiably reforests that usage on an equivalent basis. The technology not only tracks paper consumption, but also monitors PrintReleaf reforestation partners to ensure fulfillment.

Jordan Darragh.
Jordan Darragh.

“We’re pleased to welcome Solisco to the ever-growing PrintReleaf family of commercial printers,” said PrintReleaf CEO and Founder Jordan Darragh. “Using our patented software, Solisco can now promote reforestation to its clients on their quotations.” Alain Jacques, Solisco CEO, added: “Solisco has emphasized sustainability since its founding. We believe that good practices help the environment, our communities and the world we all live in. Responsible forest management – such as waste reduction and recycling ink, paper and energy – is a key element in our blueprint as an organization. With PrintReleaf, customers can designate any of 7 different stressed forest areas around the world for their reforestation.”

Alain Jacques.
Alain Jacques.

Founded in 1991, Solisco has clients across North America and has grown to more than 400 employees to become one of Canada’s largest commercial printers. On the leading edge of communications and technology, it’s diversifying its products and services to provide a single-source solution for print strategies, content, design and logistics. Maison 1608 by Solisco – an in-house creative and strategic agency – supports Solisco clients with custom publishing, branded content and design. Solisco recently launched its own AR app, featuring inbound marketing opportunities as well as an ROI measurement tool, in order to improve the way readers interact with content.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.