Toronto-based Cinram report they have signed a new multi-year contract with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Under the renewed service agreements Cinram will continue to serve as the primary supplier for replication/distribution services for the studio across North America and Europe.
Cinram and Fox's 14-year relationship started with VHS, to the launch of DVD and with the mainstream adoption of Blu-ray Discs.
"...The resulting centralized manufacturing/distribution model offers a state-of-the-art dissemination of product with great success across the supply chain..."
"It is with great pleasure we renew our alliance with Fox, a valued and essential partner," said Steve Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Cinram International, Inc. "Fox helped firmly establish our growth from the company's origins in Canada to expansion in the US and worldwide market that has resulted in top-notch levels of manufacturing and distribution services."
"Cinram has a strong history of providing quality service, with unsurpassed commitment and dedication," said Mike Dunn, President Worldwide, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. "As the media landscape evolves, they will continue to play an integral role in our business for many years to come."
Earlier this year, Cinram acquired digital media company 1K Studios as part of its initiative to expand into digital platforms, providing creative/technical services to help media/technology companies release content for digital downloads, mobile and tablet apps, advanced Blu-ray discs, stereoscopic 3D and social media.
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