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Web Press Corp. has announced four new appointments. Mike Collins is the company’s new national sales manager; Olivia D. Bernabe has joined the company as controller and vice president of finance; and David Skaggs has been promoted to vice president of manufacturing. Rick Guinn has added the title of senior vice president, and will still maintain his current assignment as vice president of operations.

Martin Schoeppler has been appointed as the new CEO and president at Fujifilm Dimatix, a wholly owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Corp. Schoeppler joined Fujifilm Dimatix in 2004 as vice president of strategic business development, and was named vice president of marketing and sales in 2007. In addition, Marc Torrey has been promoted to vice president of marketing. At Fujifilm Graphic Systems U.S.A., there are new appointments, including Masahiro Ota, who has been tapped as the company’s new president and CEO. Additionally, the company’s national sales team has been reorganized. Todd Zimmerman has been named vice president of field sales, while Phil Kane has taken on the role of vice president of national equipment sales.

Heidelberg USA has promoted Dan Maurer to vice president of postpress product management. Maurer is now responsible for enhancing Heidelberg’s line of postpress equipment, including folders, cutters, saddlestitchers, adhesive binding equipment, diecutters and folding carton gluers. He has also held industry positions with Kodak and Xerox.

Joel Honea, an 18-year industry veteran, has joined the sales and customer support team at LithoTechnics Inc. He is responsible for Metrix, the company’s automated job planning and imposition system.

The Print Council announced that Mohawk Fine Papers has joined the organization. The council was established to help develop, maintain and expand the market for printed materials.

At Screen (USA), Scott Benson has been promoted to the newly created position of product coordinator for CTP/Workflow. Benson previously served as technical support specialist at the company’s corporate headquarters. Benson is now responsible for helping the company more effectively serve existing and prospective customers for the PlateRite family of thermal CTP platesetters and workflow applications within the Trueflownet business solution.

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