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Intelligencer Printing Brings New Vice President of Operations On Board

December 20, 2012
LANCASTER, PA—Dec. 20, 2012—Intelligencer Printing, a progressive print, marketing, mailing and fulfillment services company, announces the addition of a new vice president of operations, Joseph Schott, to lead the company forward.

“Intelligencer is expanding into new markets, such as our In-line Hybrid Print technology, plus pursuing continued growth and expansion in the imaging, mailing and fulfillment areas. We needed a seasoned operations leader to manage this expansion,” said Robert Mason, president and CEO.

“Joe Schott will be reporting directly to me. In this newly created position, Joe will be responsible for operations and production including the pressroom, bindery, shipping, maintenance, IMFS (Intell’s mailing-fulfillment division), and scheduling” added Mason.

Schott holds an associate’s degree in Graphic Communications from Williamsport Area Community College, and a bachelor’s degree in Technology Management from Pennsylvania College of Technology at Penn State. His professional background includes nine years in management roles with R.R. Donnelley, three years in management roles with Ivey Performance Marketing in Oregon, and one year with ColorStream Digital in York. Schott most recently was vice president of operations at Tursack Printing in Morgantown, PA.

About Intelligencer
Founded in 1794, Intelligencer Printing not only serves the offset and digital printing, mailing, and fulfillment needs of customers nationwide, but also continues to push the boundaries of technology to ensure that its clients take full advantage of the latest advances in graphic communications and cross-media services. Cutting-edge offerings such as its trademarked High-Definition Printing, proprietary Metalessence, and Process and Intelliscent lead the way.

Source: Intelligencer.

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