Sign company in Charlottetown rebrands as an independent business

The owners of the former KKP Charlottetown announced they stopped operating with its franchisor, KKP (Kwik Kopy Printing), and is rebranding as an independent business, with the new trade name DALMAC Print, Signs, Cresting. Photo courtesy DALMAC

The owners of the former KKP Charlottetown announced they stopped operating with its franchisor, KKP (Kwik Kopy Printing), and is rebranding as an independent business, with the new trade name DALMAC Print, Signs, Cresting.

With their visual services being widely known in the province of PEI, DALMAC will continue to offer their services including custom label printing, large formatting, labelling, cresting, embroidery, promotional products, signs, and packaging.

The new independent business has a staff of 30 employees and a facility with 1951 m2 (21,000 sf).

The history of the name DALMAC originated with the creator of KKP, Dale Mackenzie, who started the franchise in 1984 and grew to be in the top 10 franchises in North America over the last four decades. The new name honours the company’s founders and original name, hoping to continue expansion and serving customers.

You can find the facility located at 91 Euston Street, Charlottetown.

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