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January '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • January 2017 • 49 On the Move Richmond, Virginia-based Drytac, a manufacturer of adhesive-coated products and finishing equipment, with locations throughout North America and Europe, announces the appointment of Marc Hansing to the role of sales account manager for its European sales team. In his new role, Hansing will be responsible for promoting Drytac Europe's extensive product range and supporting customers throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Drytac's entire range of films and adhesives is exclusively distributed throughout the UK by Antalis. Trotec Laser announces the relocation of its corporate headquarters to Plymouth, Michigan—about six miles away from their previous Canton, Michigan location. At 25,000 square feet, the new headquarters is double the size of the old space. The facility includes larger office space to accommodate its growing staff, a much larger warehouse, a state-of-the-art applications lab, and an expanded regional service and support center for product demos, materials testing and training events. The company plans to host an open house celebration on January 26 featuring informal workshops and demonstrations for customers eager to see the new facility. Japan-based OKI Data Infotech Corporation, a manufacturer of wide- format printers, office printers and printer supplies, announces the appointments of one new hire and one promotion to its UK sales and marketing team. His primary responsibilities will include increasing brand awareness and brand loyalty. Lars Hargaard, has been promoted to marketing director for the UK and Ireland, and the Nordics. Dylan Haworth has been appointed as UK sales director for OKI. His new role at OKI will be both channel and end-user facing, with responsibility for driving the transition from a product to solutions-focused operation. Golden, Colorado-based laser manufacturer Epilog Laser announces the opening of its new European support center in the Netherlands to expand its international presence. Located in Houten, Epilog Laser BV celebrated its grand opening with an open house event at the end of October. According to company officials, the facility houses machine inventory as well as technical support resources to better serve customers and distributors in the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East, Africa). Mike Dean, vice president of sales and marketing, cut the ribbon to commemorate the new facility's opening. (Photo courtesy of Franky Uhal) SDG SDGmag.com Read Us Online...

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