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Scott Brown Appointed President of Printing Research

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Twenty-Seven (27) year printing press sales veteran, Scott Brown joins Printing Research, Inc. as President

Dallas, TX - Howard DeMoore, Chairman of the Board and Founder of Printing Research, Inc. the 45 year old manufacturer of anti-marking (SuperBlue Technologies) and IR/UV drying systems is pleased to announce that he has appointed Scott Brown as President to lead the company into international markets and expand the product range worldwide.

“I’ve known Scott for some 25 years and have watched his career progress with Heidelberg and Komori. In addition to a sound technical understanding of Printing, Scott has earned a reputation for exceptional customer relationships based on trust and mutual respect.  These are precisely the attributes that I have been looking for in the person that will lead Printing Research, Inc. into the future!” says DeMoore.

“I am very excited about the future of Printing Research. The company holds some 59 valid patents and 17 patents pending for printing press related technologies. These inventions have helped printers realize lower costs and faster production rates for more than four decades. I’m looking forward to leading the company into new markets and developing meaningful products for today’s competitive printing environment” says Brown.

Printing Research, Inc. is the Dallas, Texas based manufacturing company that was founded in 1968 and the inventor of SuperBlue anti-marking systems, infra-red and ultra-violet coating and curing systems, and many other printing press related technologies.

 

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