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The Hennegan Company Is Honored At 2006 North American Printer Of The Year Awards

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

FLORENCE, KY, June 6, 2006 - Robert Ott, Jr, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hennegan Company, announced today that The Hennegan Company, a leading provider of ultra-fine printing in the US won four Silver and one Bronze award at the 2006 North American Printer of the Year Award, sponsored by Sappi Paper. Sappi announced its 2006 award winners at an elaborate awards ceremony recently in Seattle. The Silver Winner awards were in recognition for: Mitchell's 2005 Fall Catalog, Abbott Laboratories 2004 Annual Report, Saks Fifth Avenue Holiday Gift Catalog and the Vera Bradley 2006 Calendar. Mr. Ott mentioned: “A superior group of North America’s printers were competing this year in the competition’s eight categories, and we are very honored to be on this very esteemed roll. I believe that a printer having four silvers out of the eight categories judged is unprecedented. Certainly, this recognition is very flattering for everyone at Hennegan.” Commenting on this year’s competition, Ronee Hagen, Sappi Fine Paper North America’s President and Chief Executive Officer, said: “This year marked the most competitive and closely scored out of the last ten years of competition. We are impressed by the work and craftsmanship of all the winners.” Mike Butler, Hennegan’s Vice President, Plant Manager shared: “Our customers regularly challenge us with the most demanding work that’s produced today. This acknowledgement from Sappi Paper demonstrates our successful commitments to technology, craft and sophistication on behalf of our customers.” Founded 120 years ago, The Hennegan Company lists many industry-leading, household name companies across the U.S. and around the world as customers. The majority of The Hennegan Company’s work consist of color-intensive materials such as annual reports, catalogs, inserts and FSIs, point of purchase displays, brochures and other collateral.

 

 

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