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Joseph Finan has joined INX International

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

Schaumburg, IL – June 24, 2008 - Industry veteran Joseph Finan has joined INX International Ink Co. as Manager, Special Projects – Metal Division, based at the world's largest 2-piece metal decorating printing ink manufacturing facility in Charlotte, NC.

In his new post, Finan will focus on new product development and quality enhancement.  He will work with customers as well as INX specialists to deliver advanced offerings to the metal decorating marketplace with statistically quantified, quality assurance systems and processes.

"Joe is uniquely qualified for this position and a great addition to our team," said Rick Clendenning, INX President and CEO.  "He brings a wealth of knowledge and can-making experience, including engineering and design involving much of the equipment with which we currently serve customers.  From new product applications to technical training and quality systems, Joe's hands-on know-how, coupled with his overall industry perspective, are valuable assets in helping customers overcome the growing economic and competitive challenges they face today."

In 20 years with Sequa Can Machinery (now Stolle Machinery), most recently as Vice President, Advanced Technology, Finan focused on metal forming technologies and print quality advances for 2-piece containers.  He also spent more than three years as an independent quality consultant to the can-making industry, and authored a monthly magazine column, "Quality Focus."

Well known throughout the beverage can industry, Finan also currently serves as Vice President of the International Metal Decorators Association (IMDA).

INX International Ink Co. is the third largest producer of inks in North America with over 30 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and is a global supplier as part of Sakata Inx worldwide operations.  For more information, contact:    The Drucker Group  •  312.867.4960

 

 

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