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Ike Savitt, of Gate Group USA, was recently honored for outstanding export achievements by the U.S. Department of Commerce.

Graphics Microsystems has donated its ColorQuick closed-loop color control system to accompany a new Heidelberg Sunday M-2000 web press being installed at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Pisces Print Imaging Sciences has appointed Jonathan Cardin to the position of senior systems consultant. Thomas Lacy Jr. has been named director of customer support.

Creo Inc. announced the relocation of its headquarters for North, South and Central America to a 90,000-square-foot facility in Billerica, MA. The facility will house the entire executive, sales and marketing, training and customer service team, as well as a 7,500 square-foot demo center. In other news, Creo and Xerox Corp. have signed a contract, under which Xerox will purchase Spire color servers from Creo for a period of five years, for sale with current and future Xerox high-end digital printers. Creo has also appointed Guy Spriet as corporate vice president of IT strategy.

KANSA Technology LLC has purchased the assets of Baldwin Kansa Corp. Two of the three original owners, Ron Swint and Jerry Waddell, along with Vektek Inc., have purchased the assets belonging to the original Kansa product line from Baldwin Kansa Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Baldwin Technology.

NexPress Solutions announced that it has developed a new Print Solutions & Services Alliance Program designed to build relationships with third-party partners.

Enovation Graphic Systems has named Paul Colona as a product manager to assist Director of Product Development John Meyer. Colona is now responsible for the pressroom products that Enovation represents. Also, Phil Van Duyne is the company’s new regional director for the Northwest region. Van Duyne was the general manager for Image Control Systems (ICS) until Enovation acquired that company earlier this year.

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