Enovation Graphic Systems Names Lynaugh as Electronic Imaging Manager
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y., October 29, 2002 – Graph Expo 2002 saw the introduction of a number of new electronic imaging (EI) devices and as activity in the graphic arts industry continues to be heavily focused on electronic imaging equipment, Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. has named Paul A. Lynaugh electronic imaging manager for the Eastern region.
Lynaugh began working in the graphic arts industry in 1984 at Dartmouth Printing Company in Hanover, N.H. as a journeyman stripper. "I grew up in the trade and came up through the ranks," explains Lynaugh. While at Dartmouth Printing, he continues, he held "virtually every prepress job there was" and was eventually named electronic prepress manager for the company. In this position, Lynaugh installed and set up Dartmouth Printing’s electronic imaging department.
Lynaugh worked for Dartmouth Printing Company until 1998 when he went to work for Graphic Systems, Inc. (GSI) as electronic sales manager. Lynaugh worked for GSI until the company was purchased by Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc. to form Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. Lynaugh is also a member of the Printing Industries of New England as well as Printing Industries of the Carolinas.
About Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc.
The nation’s leading distributor to the graphic communications industry, Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. offers a full-line of analog and digital consumables, electronic imaging products, software and technical and support services, including: electronic prepress equipment; computer workstations and software; fileservers and networking solutions; consumables and hardware for offset lithography and flexographic printing; pressroom supplies and chemicals; post-press and finishing equipment, and personalized, consultative services.
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