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Christopher Kendig rejoins Atlantic Graphic Systems

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Atlantic Graphic Systems (AGS) is pleased to announce that industry veteran Christopher Kendig has rejoined the company after a successful stint with a leading offset press manufacturer.  Kendig will lend his extensive industry expertise in the areas of sales, market development and expanding service offerings in the Mid-Atlantic region.

"During a time of change in the industry, AGS has remained a dependable constant in the mid-Atlantic, that's appealing to me," comments Kendig.  "While a lot of companies have scaled back their presence in the market, AGS believes that with change comes opportunity. They have set out to expand the solutions they provide with new product lines and services.  I think organizations that take this approach and have a regional focus are the future for our end of the business."

Kendig entered graphic arts capital equipment sales directly after graduating from RIT and brings with him over 25-years of experience in sheetfed press technology and sales.  He is an avid student of machinery design and application.   

"We are very pleased to have Chris back with the company," said Jeff Tomlinson, vice president, AGS.  "He has an impressive resume of success in our market but more importantly, he is dedicated to the growth and success of his customers.  We share Chris' philosophy that the advice, products and services we provide our customers is absolutely critical to their success, now more than ever.  We are focused on helping our clients navigate this demanding period in our industry."




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