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Maximum Graphics Expands Capabilities With New Hires

Friday, April 06, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Maximum Graphics, a Consolidated Graphics, Inc. company (NYSE: CGX), and a full service print provider specializing in data-driven processes and technology, is pleased to introduce four team members who have joined Maximum over the past six months, assuming key positions in sales, quality and production as well as two additions to its senior management team.  The new staff brings extensive experience and knowledge to the existing team and provides a greater focus on building customer relationship quality, improving quality control procedures and expanding Maximum Graphics’ marketing capabilities.

“We are delighted to welcome this first-class talent to the Maximum Graphics team as we reposition and streamline our organization for growth,” said Maximum Graphics President Rob Nawfel. “Their experience and dedication to quality are a great fit with our company as we focus on helping customers achieve success, drive client revenue and improve operational efficiency and quality.”  

Joining Maximum Graphics’ senior management team as Vice President of Operations is Adam Lancette. He brings 22 years of print experience with an extensive background in creating structured, process-oriented environments and will oversee the operations department, focusing on improving quality by documenting and enforcing protocols.

Kristina Garcia joins the Maximum Graphics senior management team as Digital Operations Director. She has 17 years of print experience with her expertise residing in variable related programs, data processing and custom configuring digital workflow. Garcia will concentrate her efforts on creating structure within the data process department and establish new software and automation that will help Maximum Graphics build jobs for the future.

Other members joining the Maximum Graphics team include:

  • Jeremy Steil, taking on the new position of Quality Manager and bringing four  years of knowledge of quality control and print auditing.
  • Matthew Hatch, bringing 10 years of print and sales experience as a Sales Representative.
  • Jamie Brunes, coming to Maximum Graphics with 15 years of experience in print, with 10 years focusing on sales, as a Sales Representative.
  • Greg Swanson, joining as Production Manager with over 30 years print experience and extensive involvement in managerial roles, print presses and mailing and fulfillment.

“We will continue to expand our team with top talent to provide customers with unmatched print expertise, customer service and innovative solutions to their graphic communications needs,” says Nawfel.

 

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