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Two personnel additions have been made at Screen (USA). Thomas Leibrandt has joined as print-on-demand product manager, a newly created position. He is responsible for the Truepress family of direct imaging and digital printing devices. Mike Stone has been named regional sales manager for the company’s Northeast region, and is now responsible for overseeing sales in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and Vermont.

IMC America has been awarded a contract to supply Transcontinental Printing’s new Goss Sunday 3000 press with stacker/palletizing automation. The new press, to be installed later this year at Transcontinental’s Interweb plant in Boucherville, Quebec, will be equipped with Recmi automatic horizontal bundle stackers, overhead conveyors and fully automatic palletizers. This will be the third new press at Transcontinental equipped with Recmi automation.

WSI (We Simplify the Internet), an Internet consulting firm that provides solutions to small- and medium-sized businesses, has developed a franchise model to help graphic communication professionals extend their businesses into the Internet development and consulting arena. The company offers training and certification programs.

Pace Systems Group, developer of the ePace print management system, and LithoTechnics, which offers the Metrix automatic layout calculator, have entered into a partnership agreement to integrate their products.

Customers, developers, company representatives and industry leaders recently gathered in Boston for an ilinkONE user group meeting held by interlinkONE Inc. Barbara Pellow, of InfoTrends, was the keynote speaker.

At MBM Corp., Ned Ginsburg has been promoted to president and CFO, succeeding Thomas Gallagher, who retired. Michael Venittelli has been promoted to executive vice president of sales and marketing.

William Carroll has been appointed president and CEO of Lasermax Roll Systems. Carroll previously served as president of Roll Systems prior to the merger with Stralfors’ Lasermax division. Jeff Kewin has been promoted to president, Americas and Asia/Pacific. Kewin formerly served as the company’s executive vice president, global marketing and business development.

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