Printing Industries of America announced recipients of its 2008 Best Workplace in the Americas awards. Winners in the Best of the Best category for small companies (up to 100 employees) are: Crescent Printing, Onalaska, WI; Label World Kamylon, Rochester, NY; Omaha Print, Omaha, NE; Resco Print Graphics, Hudson, WI; and Western Graphics, St. Paul, MN. Winners in the Best of the Best category for medium-size companies (101-250 employees) include: DISC Graphics, Hauppauge, NY; McNaughton & Gunn, Saline, MI; Midland Information Resource, Davenport, IA; MOSAIC, Cheverly, MD; and Worth Higgins & Assoc., Richmond, VA. Large company/multi-plant (251+ employees) honorees include: American Packaging, Rochester, NY; Malloy Inc., Ann Arbor, MI; The Sheridan Press, Hanover, PA; SmartHealth, Phoenix; Suttle-Straus Inc., Waunakee, WI; and Times Printing, Random Lake, WI.
Two additions have been announced at Stratford, CT-based e-Integrity, a marketing automation solutions provider owned by Integrity Graphics. Linda Lin has been selected as chief application architect. Kai Sander has joined as project manager.
The Print Council reported that three new members joined the advocacy organization: HBP Inc., Hagerstown, MD; Mossberg & Co., South Bend, IN; and The Printing Industry of the Carolinas, Charlotte, NC.
Two new hires have been announced at Dallas-based Padgett Printing. Kent Aurand has been designated as vice president and sales manager. And, Raquel Webster has joined the company’s sales team.
Woodridge, IL-based All Out Print Communications has hired Bill Gibson, a 30-year veteran of print communications in Chicago, as its vice president of new business development.
Clifton, NJ-based Sandy Alexander has chosen Andrew Gershon as the company’s new executive vice president for Midwest regional sales. He previously held positions at The Hennegan Co. (a Consolidated Graphics company), Watt Peterson and the Printing Headquarters.
Ann Stallard has been selected as the new chairman and CEO at Atlanta-based Graphic Communications. She previously served there as executive vice president.