Graphic Press Appoints New Top Execs
LOS ANGELES—October 11, 2006—Graphic Press, LLC, North America’s largest premium-quality, minority-owned and operated printer, has just completed a restructuring of its Executive Group. We are extremely excited to announce the addition of Randolph K. Ginsberg as President and Michael Hecht as Executive Vice President, Sales. Both will join Pete Stein in creating the most client-driven executive team in the industry.
“Randy and Mike contribute a powerhouse combination of talent and experience to our team,” said Pete Stein, Graphic Press Executive Vice President, National Sales and Marketing. “Together, these industry leaders will assist in executing our vision to expand our product line with an even wider range of services that meet our customers’ changing needs.”
Ginsberg brings to his role as President of Graphic Press an accomplished résumé in sales and leadership. Prior to joining the company, he served as Vice President of Sales at Lithographix. His sales career began in 1970 at George Rice & Sons where he rose from sales trainee to vice president of sales, building sales from $55 million to $100 million, before taking the helm as president. “I’m pleased to have the opportunity to work alongside the seasoned professionals at Graphic Press, where we adhere to the highest standards and are on the forefront of technology in everything we do,” said Ginsberg.
With more than two decades in the graphic arts industry, Hecht has a deep-rooted expertise in building mutually beneficial customer relationships. A Los Angeles native, Hecht comes to Graphic Press from his position as Executive Vice President of Sales at Lithographix, which he joined in 1989 as an Account Executive. Mike was soon promoted to Executive Vice President, Sales. Hecht and his team grew Lithographix sales from $20MM to more than $120MM during his tenure. “One of the most exciting things about my new assignment here at Graphic Press is the quality of the existing sales team. Our customers rely on Graphic Press to be a true partner in their success, and this team is certainly up to the challenges” said Hecht. “That commitment inspires me to work even harder on their behalf.”