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Stamford, Conn.-based Cenveo Inc., which has been struggling for some time partly from its heavy debt load due to past acquisitions as a one-time major printing industry roll-up consolidator, announced today that that it has reached an agreement with holders of a majority of its first-lien debt to support a voluntary Chapter 11 plan of reorganization.

Gary Pawlaczyk is tasked with a dual corporate role within the Cenveo organization, serving as Chief Marketing Officer to lead sales and marketing for Cenveo's print division, as well as Chief Content Officer for Cenveo Publisher Services. A proud RIT grad who remains bullish on the skill sets of young people entering the print profession, Pawlaczyk discusses how Cenveo, and the printing industry in general, can remain relevant as brand communications innovators.

STAMFORD, CT—Mark Hiltwein has been promoted to the position of president of field sales and manufacturing for Cenveo, one of several management
appointments designed to add leadership and operational strength to the organization. Kenneth Viret was elevated to the role of senior vice president and CFO, while Scott Goodwin has been named corporate controller.

MONTREAL—Quebecor World has signed a multi-year contract valued at approximately $100 million with Boardroom Inc., to provide the printing and distribution of millions of newsletters, books and special reports. The agreement with the Stamford, CT-based Boardroom represents a more than six-fold increase in Quebecor World business volume with the company.

STAMFORD, CT—The management team at Cenveo has awarded college scholarships to 51 children of company employees in the first year of a program originated by Robert Burton. The program awarded students based upon a number of criteria, including educational success, community service, athletic team and club participation.

CHICAGO—An employee at a Cenveo envelope plant here was found dead Tuesday, apparently crushed in a machine accident, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

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