Héon & Nadeau installs Komori LS Perfecting Press from Komcan

From left are Héon & Nadeau’s David Héon (Vice-President), Michel Larivee (Feeder), Charles Boisvert (Press Operator), Charles Héon (President), along with Brett Rogers from Komcan.

Héon & Nadeau (Victoriaville), one of the leading offset commercial printers in Eastern Quebec, has installed a Komori LS 8-colour, 40-inch Perfecting Press from Komcan Incorporated (Georgetown, Ontario). Komcan is the exclusive dealer for Komori presses in Canada, as well as parts and 24/7 service support. Founded in 1938 by Eugene Nadeau and Albert Héon, the company has always been a family-run business. In 1970, Michel Héon purchased the firm from his partners and today, it’s run by David and Charles Héon, sons of Michel Héon.

The new press comes equipped with a full complement of automation features including APC fully automatic plate changers, PDC-SII close-looped colour control, AMR automatic make-ready, fully automatic wash-up systems, and KHS Komori high-speed inking.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.