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Mikia Printing merges with Alpha Poly

By Canadian Packaging staff   

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Alpha Poly welcomes Mikia to the family.

Alpha Poly announced on December 18, 2015, the confirmation of a merger with Mikia Printing of Acton, Ont.

While specific details of the deal were not published, Mikia leadership, staff and supply chain will join the award-winning Alpha Poly team effective February 2016.

“This is a perfect fit for Mikia” notes Vaughan Campbell, who will remain with the new organization as Sales Lead/Technical support for the long-standing Mikia customer base, including their specialized converter clients. “It’s a giant leap forward for Mikia’s customers; who will immediately benefit from our combined skill set and cost efficiencies. Our renowned Mikia quality and service will be further enhanced by Alpha Poly’s industry-leading production technology, customer support, IFS Pac Secure /HACCP accreditation and full eight-color HD capabilities. It’s an incredibly exciting time for Mikia!”

Alpha Poly’s business will also strengthen considerably from the merger: “Adding Vaughan Campbell and his highly-respected Mikia staff bring a whole new dimension to our growing team that will benefit all of our customers” says Alpha Poly president Patrick Kerrigan. “Both companies have strong reputations built on quality and service, with a relentless commitment to ‘Packaging Done Right’. Our combined expertise and scale efficiencies will be evident in every project we do going forward, positioning us for continued exponential growth.”


Alpha Poly and Mikia are both specialists in the International flexible packaging industry, with a combined client base in Canadian, USA, Caribbean.

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