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April 2006
Workflow Management, parent company of WorkflowOne, Relizon, Freedom Graphics Services and United Envelope, has named its senior management team. Mike Zawalski has rejoined the Workflow Management team as president and COO. In addition, Ed Larkin has joined the company as senior vice president of business development. Zawalski will be responsible for overseeing WorkflowOne and Relizon operations, while Larkin will be in charge of Workflow Management’s strategic growth plans, including mergers and acquisitions.

Vertis announced the recent ISO 14001-2004 Environmental Management Systems (EMS) re-certification and upgrade of its North Brunswick, NJ; Bristol, PA; and Chalfont, PA, facilities. The certification granted by SGS ensures that the organization continuously improves its management system performance to reduce waste and prevent pollution.

Padgett Printing in Dallas has promoted David Padgett to director of strategic planning. The fourth generation Padgett most recently worked as safety and environmental manager. The company has also hired Nancy Green and Randy Hewitt as customer service representatives.

Peter Krusa has been named distinguished professor for Appalachian State University’s Thomas W. Reese Graphic Arts and Imaging Technology (GAIT) program. Krusa most recently served as executive vice president for PBM Graphics, in Research Triangle Park, NC.

Pictorial Offset in Carlstadt, NJ, will be recognized for its environmental stewardship policies and practices at the 16th Annual Rainforest Alliance Gala, which celebrates sustainable forestry and agriculture, on May 17 at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. At the gala, the Rainforest Alliance will present the Award for Corporate Sustainable Standard-Setter to Pictorial Offset.

Advance Business Graphics (ABG), Mira Loma, CA, announced the appointment of Cameron (Cam) McConnell as president and CEO.
 

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