PRINTER news

Douglas Clott has been named executive vice president of sales and marketing for EMCO Printers, Everett, MA. Clott’s experience in color printing spans nearly 30 years.

The Great Lakes Companies, Cleveland, has announced two additions to its staff. Jason Schultz and Mike Miller have joined the company as account executives.

Ellie Handford has joined Panel Prints, Old Forge, PA, as a sales representative. She brings with her a strong commercial printing sales background.

Judy Eberwein and Kurt Sands have been hired by Niles, IL-based Graphic Converting as account executives. Eberwein has been in display sales for eight years. Previously, she spent 15 years on the creative side as a production manager for Coors Brewing Co. Sands has more than 20 years of sales experience in both the graphic arts and in agency production management.

Mary B. Fleming has been appointed to the sales department of Rider Dickerson, Chicago. She brings more than 13 years of experience to the company.

The Research and Engineering Council of the Graphic Arts Industry has awarded Quad/Graphics founder and president Harry V. Quadracci the R&E Council John L. Kronenberg Industry Leadership Award. Presented annually, the Kronenberg Award denotes long and dedicated service to both the R&E Council and the entire graphic arts industry.

Zoe Fox has joined Nies/Artcraft, St. Louis, as a customer service representative. She has over 18 years of experience in the printing industry. In other company news, Curt Sykes has been added to the Nies/Artcraft sales team.

Paul Embree has been named to an account executive position for Bay Copy, Rockland, MA. He brings 25 years of experience in sales and marketing to his new position.

Feroze Iqbal has joined Anderberg-Lund Printing, St. Louis Park, MN, as a sales representative. His background includes experience in customer service and sales management in the presort mailing industry. He also owned and operated Automated Mailing Corp. for more than a decade, offering lettershop and data processing services in the Twin Cities area.

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