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November '15

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2015 • 25 On the Move Woodridge, Illinois-based Orbus Exhibit & Display Group, a maker of trade show products and graphics, says it has added 68 new employees since the beginning of this year. The company says the new hires have filled positions across many departments within the company in both its Illinois and Las Vegas facilities, includ- ing graphics, information technology, sales, marketing, production, quality control, accounting, detailing, shipping and office administration. Maryland-based digital signage equipment distributor Almo Professional A/V, announces the addition of John Wills to its business development team. Based out of Chicago, Wills will provide product, sales and design expertise for Almo's complete NEC Display Solutions offering. Phoenix-based printer maker Mutoh America announces internal promotions within its sales and marketing departments. David Conrad is now director of sales and market- ing, responsible for the overall direction of the company's North American sales efforts. Michelle Johnson is now advertising and events manager for Mutoh. Jessie Orabuena is becoming director of sales for Latin America. He will be charged with educating and training Latin American resellers and customers. Findlay, Ohio-based GoVivid, a division of Rowmark LLC that offers direct-to-substrate, UV-LED digital printers and associated products, announced the addition of Doug Corbin and Josh Fellrath as members of its sales team. Corbin has been appointed to regional sales manager for key accounts, and Fellrath is now handling inside sales and customer service. In their new roles the two will be charged with cultivating new customer relationships and implementing GoVivid growth strategies. Placentia, California-based graphic films maker Arlon Graphics, announces the promotion of David Neidell to vice president–international. In his new role, Neidell will be responsible for strategy, growth, and the profit and loss of Arlon's operations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Before the promotion Neidell had been director of the company's EMEA locations and was instrumental in the successful launch and the growing of the company's brand of print media and automotive films in Europe. Lawrenceville, Georgia-based Beaver Paper and Graphic Media, a maker of paper and textiles geared toward the dye sublimation and digital printing markets, announces that Karel Lansu has been named its new European sales manager. Lansu will represent the TexPrint and ProTex product brands in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic. Grand-format die cutting systems maker MCT Inc., Milwaukee, announces the appointment of Robert (Robb) Sarno of Charlotte, North Carolina, as the company's new southeast sales manager. Steen Mikkelsen, MCT's CEO, says Sarno's background in finishing makes make him a valuable asset to the company. Sarno is expected to provide a solid boost to the company's VersaTech sales team, the company says. Conrad Johnson Orabuena Corbin Fellrath SDG ©2015 Gemini, Inc. WE KEEP YOU IN FRONT BY STANDING BEHIND EVERYTHING WE MAKE. GeminiSignProducts.com 800-538-8377 PHOTOFAB ® ECO-Ultra w i t h R E P R E V E ® IT'S A MOVING EXPERIENCE. CALL US FOR A FREE SAMPLE PACK 603.821.5912 | PERCEPTIONWF.COM PhotoFAB ® ECO-Ultra is made with REPREVE. The authentic 100% recycled fiber.

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