Eleven Komori Users Receive NAPL Honors at 2001 Management Plus Awards
Press release from the issuing company
(March 6, 2002, Rolling Meadows, IL) The recipients of the 2001 NAPL Management Plus awards were announced at the NAPL Top Management Conference in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Mark Kilgore, Vice-President of Marketing at Komori America Corporation, said "Komori would like to congratulate all of this years recipients. We are especially pleased that eleven of the thirty-four winners are Komori users."
Management Plus Awards are one part of NAPL’s Management Plus program, which is designed to help graphic arts related companies identify their strengths and weaknesses. The Management Plus awards are based on performance in specific business criteria. Kilgore states, "These awards are different than many others in the industry in that they recognize excellence in business practice. Winners of the Management Plus awards are in an elite category and are among the most successful companies in the industry." Management Plus honors are awarded at four levels; The Hall of Fame Award, Gold Awards, Silver Awards and Merit Awards.
The Komori users who received honors for 2001 include Action Printing, Fond du Lac, WI; Valco Graphics Inc, Seattle, WA; Friesens Corporation, Altona, Manitoba; Allstate Insurance Company, Wheeling, IL; Arbor Press, Royal Oak, MI; Dynacolor Graphics, Inc., Miami, FL; Edwards Brothers, Inc., Ann Arbor, MI; Nies/Artcraft Printing Companies, St. Louis, MO; Executive Printing Inc., Marietta, GA; and Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc., Richmond, VA.
Komori Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a premier manufacturer and worldwide distributor of offset printing equipment. The Company has manufacturing facilities in Toride, Sekiyado and Yamagata, Japan, and subsidiaries in Europe, the UK and the United States. Komori America Corporation is based in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, and manages a distribution and service network throughout the United States.
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