Meriden, CT

MERIDEN, CT—Five of its employees have purchased 66-year-old printing company Miller Johnson from CEO Spencer Miller, grandson of the firm's founder. Miller, who will remain as chairman of the board, sold the company to Ron Ward, new CEO; Bob Carr, president; Glen Eggert, CFO; Douglas Gillespie, senior vice president of sales; and Sean Coane, senior vice president of sales. "Miller Johnson has always been an innovator in our industry, and this is just another example of our ability to adapt to change," states Gillespie. "As an independent corporation, we see a unique opportunity to make Miller Johnson even more responsive to our customers and provide services

ARKANSAS FAYETTEVILLE—The University of Arkansas Printing Services made a number of new additions to its in-plant facility, including Binuscan's Color Pro color correction software, a CreoScitex EverSmart Pro II flatbed scanner, a CreoScitex Brisque 4 RIP, a Dolev 800 filmsetter, a five-color Komori perfector, a Saber cutter from Colter & Peterson and a 40˝ MBO folder. CALIFORNIA SANTA ANA—Westlam, a supplier of trade laminating and UV coating services, has installed a new Autofeeds laminator as part of its plant modernization program. CONNECTICUT NORTH HAVEN—The William J. Mack Co. has ceased operations after being in business for more than 38 years. Bill Mack has joined

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