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CRANKING UP: John Mitchell with Westcare’s new flatbed die-cutter, which can produce up to 7,500 units per hour. Photo: Grant Currall

Culture shift driving Westcare

PROMINENT disability employer Westcare has undergone a drastic 18-month overhaul of its plant and equipment and its management team, resulting in a $950,00 increase in company profits and a $5 million, five-year printing contract with the Health Corporate Network.

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