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Xerox wins Gegenheimer award

Friday, November 06, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Xerox Corporation has been awarded the 2009 Harold W. Gegenheimer Corporate Award for Industry Service from NPES, The Association for Suppliers of Printing, Publishing and Converting Technologies. Xerox is the first manufacturer of digital printing equipment to win the award, which recognizes leadership and participation in NPES and industry activities, civic leadership and technical innovation.
"Xerox has been instrumental in leading the digital revolution with technological innovations that provide efficient and cost-effective systems to the graphic communications industry. And for industry and association contributions, few organizations stand above Xerox," said Ralph J. Nappi, president of NPES. "In addition, the company's continued innovative efforts during this challenging time in our industry make Xerox a very deserving recipient of the award."
The award is named for the former NPES president and Baldwin Technology Company chairman emeritus, Harold W. Gegenheimer, whose innovations in cleaning offset presses helped offset printing become widespread in the 20th century.




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