KPG Completes Acquisition of Tech Services International
Press release from the issuing company
New wholly owned subsidiary services customers in U.S. & Canada
Norwalk, Connecticut, USA – Kodak Polychrome Graphics (KPG) announced today it has completed its acquisition of the business assets of Tech Services International, L.P. (TSI), a leading provider of technical service and support for print industry technologies.
The new company, which will be named Tech Services International LLC, is a wholly owned subsidiary of KPG and will have its headquarters in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA. The current KPG service organization will join with TSI, combining the technical and logistical strengths of both organizations.
"By combining the service delivery infrastructure of TSI and the technical capabilities of both companies, KPG and TSI customers will experience a wider range of offerings and a streamlined service delivery," said Andrew Copley, President of Kodak Polychrome Graphics, United States and Canada Region. "TSI is a single source for a complete menu of technical services including contract and demand onsite services, spare parts and logistics, applications, and color management support."
About Kodak Polychrome Graphics
Kodak Polychrome Graphics provides one of the broadest product and solutions portfolios available in the graphic arts industry today, including a wide range of conventional lithographic plates and computer to plate solutions, Kodak branded graphic arts films, digital, inkjet, analog and virtual proofing products, as well as workflow solutions and color management tools. With headquarters in Norwalk, Connecticut, USA, the company serves customers around the globe with regional offices in the United States, Europe, Japan, Asia Pacific and Latin America. Additional information regarding Kodak Polychrome Graphics may be found on the company's website: www.kpgraphics.com.
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