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PRINTLINK Adds West Coast Office; Names Brian Vaile Staffing Manager

Thursday, December 20, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

ROCHESTER, NY (December 20, 2001) -- PrintLink, a leading professional placement firm serving the printing, document management and new media industries, has established a West Coast office to better serve the staffing needs of clients in that region. Brian Vaile, a veteran staffing professional with significant experience in the printing industry, will fill the position of Staffing Manager for the new PrintLink office. Vaile joins PrintLink after spending several years as a Printing Industry Staffing Manager with TeamSearch. He has extensive experience staffing and managing companies that do business in conventional printing, digital print, outsourcing and fulfillment, print-on-demand, document management, color management, capital equipment and manufacturing. His diversified print industry career also includes a strong background in print production and IT services. Initially trained at Heidelberg West, Vaile advanced to the position of print and prepress production manager. He thoroughly understands the needs of both clients and candidates and strives to find the ideal match for all involved parties. Arnold Kahn, PrintLink President and CEO, stated that the addition of the new office and appointment of Vaile as its Staffing Manager will help meet the many demands of the expansive Western market. "As PrintLink grows to meet the needs of its clients nationwide, Brian is the ideal person to take the reins of this important geographic market," Kahn said. "His presence enables PrintLink to have a hands-on presence throughout the west, which has long been a key region in the printing, publishing and technology industries."

 

 

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