From a sultry, jazz-inspired music lounge to a deep, rich red parlor, Agfa Pitman's "House of Asanti" application zone was created entirely by inkjet and is appearing exclusively at SGIA 2013. The "House of Asanti" will feature six rooms across two floors of both artistic and practical inkjet output.
With the launch of the new Agfa Pitman E-Store, customers can choose from thousands of different items from Agfa Pitman and its partners such as 3M, DuPont, Epson, HP and more. The new E-Store services customers in the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii.
The former CFO of printing industry supplier Harold M. Pitman Co., John Eichner, was sentenced to 56 months in prison for embezzling more than $2 million from his former employer, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman announced.
CAMDEN, NJ—The former CFO of printing industry supplier Harold M. Pitman Co. was sentenced to 56 months in prison for embezzling more than $2 million from his former employer, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman announced.
During GRAPH EXPO, X-Rite/Pantone, booth 448, will be showcase their full range of standards-compliant color management solutions for profiling and calibrating scanners, monitors, printers and presses; press quality control tools for proofs, plates and prints; ink formulation tools; dedicated flexography and packaging solutions; and process control and color certification for the digital supply chain.
John Eichner, 50, of Montvale, NJ, previously pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud and one count of income tax evasion. He obtained more than $2 million by falsifying his expense reimbursement forms and causing wire transfers to be sent from Pitman accounts to pay for additional personal expenses.
John Eichner, former CFO of the North Jersey-based Harold M. Pitman Company, was sentenced to 56 months in federal prison today and ordered to pay $2.3 million in restitution for cooking expense reimbursement forms at his business so he could live the high life.
Looking at a much longer stretch had he been convicted at a trial, Eichner—a Hofstra University grad from Montvale who once worked for KPMG Peat Marwick—admitted last November that he submitted a stack of reimbursement requests for luxury hotel and resort stays, meals at pricey restaurants, clothing and jewelry from, among others, Nordstrom, Coach, and Tiffany
Commercial printing industry supplier company and personnel news from Printing Impressions’ January 2011 edition, highlighting Innovationdays 2011.
RIDGEFIELD PARK, NJ—Agfa Corp. and xpedx announced a joint decision to bring an end to their long-standing relationship. Effective Feb. 28, 2011, xpedx will cease its distribution of Agfa-branded graphics products in the United States.
It is not surprising to note that much of the commercial printing industry news in 2010 was dominated by the continuing struggle of printers trying to reconcile employee ranks with dwindling press hours. White-collar crime was rampant and, in some instances, theft indirectly led to closures.