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PRINTER news

November 2006

Nies/Artcraft Companies, owned by Consolidated Graphics, has named Amy Johnson vice president of fulfillment operations. She will be responsible for inventory management, order fulfillment and kit assembly. Also, the St. Louis-based company has hired Kelly Robinson as a sales account executive.

PrintingForLess.com is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. This summer, the company moved from its original headquarters in an old dairy building that was packed to capacity with equipment and personnel, to a 46,000-square-foot, custom-designed facility. The online printer is the largest private employer in Livingston, MT.

Cadmus Communications, Richmond, VA, announced the addition of Lori Barber as sales director for Cadmus’ Publisher Services Group. Barber will serve the scholarly and professional publishing communities, representing Cadmus’ suite of content, editorial, and printing services provided by its U.S. and India-based operations. The company also hired Graham Lawley as senior director, Europe, for Cadmus’ Publisher Services Group.

Alison Heiser has joined Banta Corp. as vice president and chief customer officer. She will lead development and implementation of the Menasha, WI-based printer’s marketing strategy.

Toronto’s Transcontinental Inc. has won a DMA International ECHO Award for excellence in direct marketing. Transcontinental’s tri-dimensional direct mail campaign, which produced a 74 percent response rate, was named a winner by a panel of more than 200 international judges.

Sandy Alexander Inc. has been named the Clean Power Purchaser of the Year by the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities. The award is presented annually to the company or organization that best demonstrates leadership and advances the market for renewable clean power. Based in Clifton, NJ, Sandy Alexander relies on clean, wind-generated electricity to fulfill 100 percent of its electrical needs for both its Clifton and St. Petersburg, FL, facilities.

Allegra Print & Imaging of Langhorne, PA, reports that Mark Rice has joined the organization as group president and partner. He has 30 years of experience in the printing and digital imaging industry.
 

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