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January 2004
Pasquariello Graphics is holding a two-day folding school the week of January 26. The course is designed to help operators overcome problems associated with printing and binding. The PGI Folding School features MBO equipment.

Graphic arts distributor Enovation Graphic Systems has named Steve Bennett as the company's new vice president of product marketing and communications.

Sun Chemical has named Brad Bergey as COO of Kohl & Madden, its business unit devoted to inks used by sheetfed, forms and combination printers in the commercial market. It is planned that Bergey will succeed George Dunn, the current president of Kohl & Madden, when he retires in April. Bergey began his career with Sun Chemical in 1978, and has held several key positions in operations and finance management. Most recently, he has served as a Sun Chemical corporate vice president.

Compass Capital Partners has announced several organizational changes. Gabriel F. Nagy, Esq., president & COO, has phased into retirement. Compass simultaneously announced the promotion of Peter Schaefer to president & COO and Katherine Shoenfelt to senior vice president, administration. Also, the company announced an affiliation with the Griffin Group LLP, an investment banking firm in Reading, PA.

Robert Olah has been named president and CEO of Myllykoski North America, which comprises Madison Paper Industries; Madison Paper Co.; Madison International Sales; and Myllykoski Sales.

Colter & Peterson announced that Tom Wood has joined the staff of its C&P Microsystems division as sales manager. He most recently was employed with The Challenge Machinery Co.

Kathryn Marx, vice president of marketing and strategic planning at Flint Ink, has been elected chair of NPES The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies. Announced at NPES' recent annual conference, she is the 25th chief executive officer of NPES and the first woman elected to the post in the association's 70-year history. In other association news, Gerald Nathe, president and CEO of Baldwin Technology, and Bernal Inc. received the 2003 Harold W. Gegenheimer Awards for Industry Service.

Printable Technologies announced plans to acquire PrintReady from Extensis. An application service, PrintReady provides preflight file inspection, compression and transfer capabilities. In other news, Sean Sullivan has been appointed to the newly created position of director, strategic accounts/alternative channels.

Mohawk Paper Mills has begun purchasing non-polluting wind power, reportedly making it the first paper mill in the United States to use wind power for its manufacturing operations. The wind energy will be used at the company's Cohoes, NY, facility, and will be generated at New York State's largest wind farm, near Syracuse.
 

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