SUPPLIER newsNovember 2011
Domtar Paper received the second annual “Positively Print” Award at Graph Expo for its “Paper Because” campaign. Domtar was recognized for its effectiveness in delivering the message of print as an integral and effective component of today’s integrated marketing campaigns.
xpedx is now offering 3M wide- format print display and graphics products to its commercial and in-plant print customers. The offerings include 3M's digital print media, flexible substrates, graphic protection and application tapes and tools. In other company news, Rick Burdick has been named vice president of sales, print. Based in the greater Cincinnati area, he now reports to Dan Watkoske, executive vice president of sales.
George Sanchez is the new director of sales at ILF Technologies, a supplier of web finishing solutions for the printing and converting industries.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions' bizhub PRESS C8000 is the first digital press to receive the IDEAlliance Digital Press Certification. This ensures the press can meet GRACoL color reproduction specifications, as well as excellence in the area of colorimetric accuracy, uniformity, repeatability, durability and registration.
Clampitt Paper has appointed John Hampton, a 38-year paper industry veteran, as its new marketing manager.
Fujifilm North America, Graphic Systems Div., has installed a new Inca Onset S40 wide-format UV inkjet printer at its demo center in Kansas City. The Onset S40 can produce 94 full-sized (63x123.6˝) prints per hour.
EskoArtwork has signed a reseller agreement with Prisco, enabling PriscoDigital, the digital division of the Prisco Group of Companies, to sell EskoArtwork's Kongsberg finishing tables and software solutions to U.S. commercial printers.
Kodak and Network Global Logistics (NGL) have entered into an agreement that enhances service delivery for customers of Kodak Service and Support. NGL now stocks mission-critical service parts in strategic forward stocking locations for Kodak's customers worldwide.
EMT International has acquired Advance Graphics Equipment of York (AGE). AGE products will be integrated into EMT's current line of conventional and digital web finishing products. PI