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August 2002
CPS Corp., a sister company of INX International, has been recognized for its environmental record and has been accepted into the National Environmental Performance Program, administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Muller Martini has launched a new digital on-demand finishing division. Andrew J. Fetherman was named manager of the new division. Fetherman was formerly product manager for Muller Martini's press division. That post is now held by Donald Geiger.

Kim Graven-Nielsen has been named president and CEO of newly formed Esko-Graphics. The company was created after the merger of Purup-Eskofot and Barco Graphics.

Presstek Inc. announced the qualification of its Anthem thermal CTP plates for use on the Creo Trendsetter Quantum thermal computer-to-plate system. In other news, the company has realigned into two business units—Direct Imaging (DI) and computer-to-plate (CTP). Stan Najmr is general manager of the DI unit. David Ventola is general manager of the CTP unit.

Global Graphics' software division has signed an agreement with Hewlett-Packard to make available a range of printing software technologies for HP digital publishing solutions.

Enfocus Software and Xerox Corp. announced an agreement wherein Enfocus' PitStop solutions will be bundled as part of the new Xerox DigiPath PDF Productivity Suite. The suite consists of tools (for working with Adobe PDF files) that streamline print job submissions for the production print center.

Prime UV has appointed David Samide as advertising and marketing support manager. 

The reengineering of INX International has transformed the company from a decentralized geographical oriented company to a centralized company based upon product lines. The company is now organized in three divisions, Offset Ink, Liquid Ink and Metal Deco Ink. Each division consists of dedicated sales and marketing, research and development, technical service and production resources.

Derrick Ayers has been promoted to the new position of technical director for SICPA North America.

Enfocus Software has retained Michael Jahn as its Certified PDF Evangelist. Jahn supports the company's efforts to communicate the benefits and importance of Enfocus Certified PDF workflows to the graphic arts, creative, printing and publishing communities.

The National Council for Skills Standards in Graphic Communications, a member group of GATF, and PrintStaff have agreed to allow certification testing at all PrintStaff offices. PrintStaff offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Santa Clara and San Francisco will now host and procure various exams. The PrintStaff locations are in addition to participating PIA affiliate associations that presently proctor exams.


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