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Semper International appoints Tyrone Mittelstadt recruiter in Baltimore office

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

Boston, MA - November 27, 2006 - Semper International (formerly PrintStaff), the leading placement firm for temporary help in the graphic arts and printing industry, announces that Tyrone Mittelstadt has been appointed recruiter in the company's Baltimore office. Tyrone will be responsible for locating job seekers in printing and graphics, and helping to place flexible staffing for Semper clients. Tyrone is in the unusual position that he comes to Semper from a role as one of Semper's ëtemporary hires'. He was placed into customer service, document management, prepress and production responsibilities for companies such as Sir Speedy Printing, the labeling branch of ROI Technologies, Calvert School and Office Depot's Maryland regional print facility. At STG inc/Tri-S Incorporated, a government contracting company, Tyrone was responsible for graphic arts production and layout as a Computer Assistant/Customer Service Technician. He conducted printing, mounting and laminating and other post press finishing as necessary. As Digital Page Maker at Herff Jones Year Books Inc., Tyrone performed digital page makeup and set up yearbooks for various customers. Tyrone also has previous sales experience from Koons Ford of Baltimore. "Tyone is a very unique recruiter for us because, in a very personal way, he can relate to others that the Semper system does work, and that flexible employment can be a very fascinating way to approach work," remarks Dave Regan, Semper CEO. "In addition, Tyrone has a wide range of print production experience. He understands the skills sets necessary for print production, which will be helpful in placing the right person for our clients' assignments."




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