Manugraph DGM Announces Management Changes, Closing West Coast Facility

ELIZABETHVILLE, PA—01/28/2010—Manugraph DGM, Inc. (MDGM) announces the following promotions and changes in personnel responsibilities at their Elizabethville, PA, facility.

Brian LaBine has stepped down from day-to-day operations as President at MDGM, but will remain active as a member of its Board of Directors. Dave Moreland will assume day-to-day responsibilities as President of MDGM.

“I look forward to working closely with MDGM as we go forward,” said LaBine, “and am confident they will continue be recognized as the premier full-service press, parts and service supplier to the commercial and newspaper Printing Industries.”

Additionally, Ron Ehrhardt has been promoted to Vice President of International Sales and Marketing. Ron will assume marketing responsibilities in addition to directing international sales activities.

Rodney Fenstermacher has been promoted to Vice President of Manufacturing, and will oversee all plant and manufacturing activities in the Elizabethville facility.

MDGM will close its West Coast parts facility and all activities will be consolidated back to the Parts Division in Pennsylvania. Parts sales hours will now be extended to compensate for the three-hour time difference for West Coast customers. Ed Heim has been promoted to Director of Parts Sales and will manage all aftermarket parts sales activities for MDGM.

About Manugraph DGM
Located in Elizabethville, PA, Manugraph DGM, Inc. (MDGM) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Manugraph India Ltd (MIL). MDGM and MIL manufactures a complete line of single width offset presses including the Cityline Express, 430, 430MAX, Hiline Express, Advantage II (also a slip in replacement press for the DGM 850 or Urbanite™) 440, and Frontline, including a full line of complementing folders in the F122, F222, F233, 1035, 1240, 1050, and 1270.

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