Contributing to your success!
Founded in 1917, Blueline is a Canadian-owned company that manufactures and distributes superior quality office products specifically designed to help you be more efficient in your day-to-day life. From the well-known business forms and accounting books and pads, to diaries and planners as well as a wide range of note-taking products, we thrive to bring to market innovative products that will simplify your life at work.
Blueline has more than 1 200 quality products and more than 300 employees devoted to constantly improving production methods, quality control and the search for new products. Our philosophy is to allow our personnel to contribute actively in the company's success.
Blueline also understands the importance of a good distribution network. Whether in Canada, in the United States or in Mexico, various resources are set up to insure an efficient procurement.
"We want to be recognized on a worldwide scale as being the most important creators, makers, distributors of paper products with added value for diaries and calendars, note products, business forms and accounting supplies."
A history of many generations!
At the end of the XIXth century, George A. Savoy is hired by the National Blank Book of Holyoke, Massachusetts, where he becomes, after a few years, the sales general manager. In 1917, Dominion Blank Book Co. Ltd. is incorporated as the Canadian subsidiary and four years later, George A. Savoy acquires Dominion Blank Book Co. Ltd. and settles in Canada with his family.
For almost 30 years, Dominion Blank Book Co. Ltd. progresses and goes from six to one hundred employees. At the time of George A.'s passing in 1951, Harolde James takes over. Under his presidency, Dominion Blank Book Co. Ltd. grows to become one of the most important office supply maker in Canada.
In 1972, George Morin, Harolde J.'s son, takes over and the company enters the modern age. In 1981, Dominion Blank Book Co. Ltd. changes its name to Entreprises Dominion Blueline inc.
In 1988, after three generations, Harolde M. Savoy, George M.'s son, becomes the company's president. Thanks to his vision and commitment, Harolde M. takes the company through years of continuous success. The acquisition, in 1994, of Brownline's seasonal and accounting products, confirms without the shadow of a doubt, that Dominion Blueline has secured its position as a leader in its field in the Canadian market.
In 1998 Dominion Blueline Inc., acquired Rediform Inc, based in Coppell, Texas one of the world's largest printers of business forms.
Then, in November 2003, Dominion Blueline Inc. signed a multi-year license agreement with Avery Dennison Worldwide Office Products for the worldwide exclusive sales, distribution and manufacturing of the National Brand note-taking and accounting supplies business.
"The license agreement will help Dominion Blueline strengthen its position in the rapidly consolidating North American market of office supplies"
said Harolde Savoy, President and General Manager.