FineEye Color Solutions welcomes Kevin Twombly as East Coast Regional Manager
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Press release from the issuing company
Grand Rapids, MI – FineEye Color Solutions, a pioneer in new color separation technology, is pleased to announce that Kevin Twombly has joined the company as its East Coast Regional Manager. Kevin will be responsible for bringing to market FineEye's ICEserver product line, as well as Chromaticity Validation Premium Proofing Paper, to print providers, premedia companies, publishers and newspapers. ICEserver processes PDF files before imaging onto CTP systems and creates up to a 20% increased color gamut, maintains gray balance, increases dynamic range and reduces CMYK ink use by an average of 25%.
"FineEye is pleased to have a sales professional like Kevin join us at this exciting time for our company," says Peder Nelson, president of FineEye. "After the recent merger of Chromaticity and FineEye, we are poised for significant growth and the Northeast market is extremely important to achieving our goals. Kevin will be collaborating with our customers and resellers to market our exciting portfolio of products." ICE comes at a unique time in our industry's life cycle when print is competing more than ever with a host of new advertising mediums. ICE delivers a true "win-win" value proposition to both print buyer and print provider by increasing the visual appeal of print, adhering to standards and decreasing manufacturing costs.
Originally a photojournalist for local and regional papers before joining the Boston Herald, Twombly is a well known industry professional with pedigree industry credentials. He has worked as a national representative for Kodak and most recently for Fujifilm in both the west coast and in the northeast, as an Electronic Imaging Specialist. "I'm thrilled to represent this company, which I believe will revolutionize the printing industry." he said. "It will not only improve output standards, but will do it in a fiscally-beneficial and environmentally-sensitive manner. It's an exciting evolution in the printing industry." Kevin resides in New York.