Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 08 August 2009 -- (Marketwire) - World Color Press Inc. (formerly known as Quebecor World Inc.) announced today that its post-reorganization Common Shares, Series I Warrants and Series II Warrants are now listed and will commence trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) on 26 August 2009. The company's common shares (CUSIP number 981442106) will trade in both Canadian and U.S. dollars and are listed under the symbols "WC" and "WC.U," respectively, and the Series I Warrants (CUSIP number 981442114) and Series II Warrants (CUSIP number 981442122) will trade in U.S. dollars only and are listed under the symbols "WC.WT.U" and "WC.WT.V," respectively.
An aggregate of 73,285,000 common shares, excluding common shares issuable on exercise of the Series I Warrants and Series II Warrants and on conversion of the company's Class A Convertible Preferred Shares, have been reserved and accepted for listing by TSX, of which it is anticipated that 64,128,994 common shares, 5,533,725 Series I Warrants and 5,533,725 Series II Warrants will commence trading on TSX on the listing date, with the remainder of the common shares, Series I Warrants and Series II Warrants being held in escrow pending release on subsequent distribution dates in accordance with the terms of the company's Canadian and U.S. Plans of Compromise and Reorganization.
World Color Press is a world leader in providing high-value, complete marketing and advertising printing solutions to leading retailers, catalogers, branded-goods companies, and other businesses with marketing and advertising activities, and complete, full-service print solutions for publishers. The company is a market leader in most of its major product categories, which include advertising inserts and circulars, catalogs, direct mail products, magazines, books, directories, digital premedia, logistics, mail list technologies, and other value-added services. The company has approximately 20,000 employees working in approximately 90 printing and related facilities in the United States, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.