Jeff Espin and Mike Sauter have joined Cadmus' healthcare packaging division sales team, based in Charlotte, NC. Espin brings 20 years of experience in the folding carton industry. Sauter comes to Cadmus with more than 28 years of sales, management and client relations experience in the pharmaceutical and health-related industries.
Tom Mahoney has been promoted to vice president of operations at Colorfx Inc., Des Moines, IA. He was previously a project manager.
Ted Robison has joined Wright Graphics, Chatsworth, CA, as director of sales for the printer's Northwestern sales region, which includes Northern California, Oregon and Washington. He has 30 years of industry experience, including serving as president of printing companies in Southern California, Minnesota and Texas.
J. Scotty Parker has been hired as the new president for Authentic Press, Fort Worth, TX. Parker is the former general manager of Marathon Press.
Dan Holtman has joined the sales team at Rink Printing, South Bend, IN. Holtman is a 36-year veteran of the printing industry.
Pro Graphics, Waukesha, WI, has announced the addition of two new account managers and an internal promotion. Kyle Jacob has been named marketing director. He has been with the company for 14 years. Stan Bullock has joined the company in a sales and service capacity. And James Matthias has joined Pro Graphics as an account executive. Matthias has 20 years of experience.
Verizon Information Services (VIS) has awarded Lloyd James, general manager of VIS' Los Angeles printing plant, the President's VISion Award. James has transformed his plant into a leader in continuous quality improvement. He has fine-tuned procedures and completed the rigorous requirements for the International Organization of Standardization (ISO 2000 Standard).
Loretta Nichols, president of LJS Graphics, has been named the 2003 Executive of the Year by the Printing and Imaging Association of MidAmerica. A strong commitment to her industry has been a hallmark of Nichols' active career. As past chairwoman of PIA of the Heartland, Nichols played an active role in the merger with the Texas/Oklahoma PIA affiliate to create the Printing and Imaging Association of MidAmerica.