SUPPLIER newsJanuary 2011
Count On Tools, a provider of pick-and-place nozzles and associated components, will celebrate its 20th year in business in 2011.
Streamline Solutions has added two-way integration with LithoTechnics' Metrix automated job planning and imposition system to its PrintStream product. Two-way Metrix integration enables PrintStream users to enter print specs in just one place and pass the information back and forward between PrintStream and Metrix.
Juanita James, Pitney Bowes' vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, has retired from the company. James, who joined the company in 1999, is responsible for leading the effort that ultimately helped move Pitney Bowes into the marketing services business through several acquisitions.
A joint decision has been made between Agfa Corp. and xpedx, wherein effective Feb. 28, xpedx will end its distribution of Agfa-branded graphics products in the United States. Agfa purchased the Pitman Co., a national distributor, last August.
Jorson & Carlson has been designated by Technifold Ltd. (Lutterworth, UK) to be the exclusive U.S. distributor for its line of CreaseStream machines.
Xerox Corp. announced plans to invest $25 million to expand its emulsion aggregation (EA) toner plant in Webster, NY, which will increase its manufacturing capacity of EA toner at the facility by 50 percent.
Bob Abeel has been hired as The Leslie Co.'s new national sales manager, now responsible for business development, key account expansion and special program implementation.
At Flint Group, Antoine Fady has been appointed as the company's new CEO. He succeeds Charles Knott, who will continue to serve as chairman. PI