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July '17

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2017 • 73 Mentor, Ohio-based Avery Dennison announces that Nick Tucci has been appointed to the post of vice president and general manager, Label and Graphic Materials, North America. In this role, Tucci will provide leadership and strategic vision for the North America region. He will also continue his current role as VP Sales, LGM, while searching for his replacement. Plymouth, Michigan-based laser engraving and cutting equipment maker Trotec Laser announces the expansion of its senior management team with the addition of Andrew Dudley as its new sales manager for Ireland and Northern Ireland. His responsibilities include offering field-based support and training to customers across the two countries. Dudley comes to his new position with extensive experience in laser's neighboring industries of 3D printing and milling, according to Martin Horne, Trotec UK's managing director. Woodridge, Illinois-based trade show display and exhibit manufacturer Orbus Exhibit & Display Group announces the hiring of John Lundberg as the company's national sales manager for its pro- motional product segment. Orbus says Lundberg has a proven track record of success in sales and marketing roles at a number of promotional product suppliers, includ- ing JLM Associates, where he served as president. Lundberg joins Orbus as part of a national sales team of more than 60 representatives. Wide-format printer manufacturer Agfa Graphics, based in Belgium but with U.S. operations in Elmwood Park, New Jersey, announces the hiring of Brent Holmes as account manager for western Canada. Holmes is responsible for Agfa Graphics' wide-format equipment product portfolio. Japan-based Fujifilm Corp., a global supplier of drop- on-demand inkjet printheads for industrial applications, announces management changes in its UK Graphic Systems business. Former Graphic Systems UK director, Keith Dalton, has been named to the role of head of service in the company's European Graphic Systems business. In this new role, Dalton will be charged with managing the service and application support for Fujifilm's graphics business across the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) region. Dalton will be replaced by Chris Broadhurst, who has been appointed general manager. On The Move SDG * Perfect Choice for Vehicle Wraps * Easy Application Over Curves & Rivets * 7 Year Expected Durability * Excellent for Fleet Marking, Decals & Banners 48000 Series Flexible Engineering Grade - Excellent for Fleet Marking, Decals and Signs M8500 Series Premium Digital Reflective Film - High Resolution Digital Printing Visit us at the 2017 SGIA Show in New Orleans, LA Oct 10 - 12 Booth No. 3812 www.nikkalite.com

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