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Muller Martini names Douglas Stryker as Division Manager, Print Finishing

Monday, January 17, 2005

Press release from the issuing company

Hauppauge, New York – Muller Martini, the foremost provider of finishing systems and solutions to the global printing and binding industries, has announced the appointment of Mr. Douglas L. Stryker to the position of Division Manager for the company’s Print Finishing division in the US. Mr. Stryker’s business career includes extensive and diverse executive background. Most recently, he was Vice President and General Manager at Huffman Metal Works, Inc.. Prior to that, Mr. Stryker spent 17 years with Fry Communications, Inc., a full service commercial printer and one of the largest privately-owned printers in the United States. While at Fry Communications, Mr. Stryker served as Plant Service Manager/Director of Engineering. For all of Fry’s manufacturing facilities, he was responsible for a wide range of operational functions including managing numerous installations of bindery and auxiliary equipment as well as managing the installations of prepress technology and web and sheetfed presses. “Through his vast experience and his tremendous knowledge of virtually every aspect of prepress, printing and finishing, Doug Stryker will be a vital asset in helping our customers grow their businesses,” said Werner Naegeli, President and CEO of Muller Martini Corp. “What’s more, Doug will be instrumental in enhancing Muller Martini’s position as the industry’s leading provider of innovative finishing solutions.” “Doug brings a comprehensive and versatile combination of background and skills, both managerial and technical,” added Roger P. Bilodeau, Muller Martini Vice President, Sales. “Among his responsibilities will be to support our sales team in working closely with Muller Martini customers...recommending customer-specific finishing solutions, providing extensive engineering support, structuring training programs, and delivering seminars and courses that will keep our customers continually abreast of the latest finishing equipment and processes.”

 

 

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