NORTHLAKE, IL - November 10, 2004 - David Hohman has been appointed vice president and general manager of Rycoline, a manufacturer of printing supplies based in Chicago, according to David Hill, Sun Chemical senior vice president, technology and operations.
Rycoline was recently acquired by Sun Chemical, the world’s foremost ink manufacturer, as part of its efforts to build a “total solution” package of products and services for printers. Rycoline produces and sells a range of well-known products under the Rycoline, Sun Graphic, Rogersol, and Vivitek brands. These include a complete line of fountain solutions, blankets, press washes, silicones, overprint coatings and other products used in printing ranging from protective gear to anti-static products.
“We are excited to take advantage of the synergies between Rycoline’s printing materials and Sun Chemical’s broad line of inks and coatings,” Hohman said. “Rycoline has a strong reputation in the industry, which we hope to enhance. It also has a strong leadership team poised for growth.”
“Rycoline is gaining an able leader in David, who will help leverage its strengths as part of the Sun Chemical group of companies,” Hill said.
Hohman has been with Sun Chemical for 13 years, serving in operations management. Most recently, he was Midwest senior regional manager. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Holy Cross College in Worcester, MA, and an MBS in finance from the University of Chicago.
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