Colona Takes Post as Product Manager for Enovation Graphic Systems
Press release from the issuing company
VALHALLA, N.Y., December 16, 2002 – As Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. continues to expand its product offering across the country, the company has named Paul Colona as a product manager to assist Director of Product Development John Meyer. Colona will be responsible for the pressroom products that Enovation represents.
"Right now, we’re taking a look at our product lines and working with our manufacturers to ensure that our customers are receiving the best products and services available in the industry," explained Colona.
Colona worked most recently as a marketing support manager, assisting with product management and vendor evaluation efforts. He started his career in the graphic arts industry in 1990 at Phillips and Jacobs. After Phillips and Jacobs merged with Momentum Corporation to form PrimeSource in 1997, Colona was promoted to operations coordinator to manage the company’s blanket manufacturing operations in Philadelphia and Minneapolis. He’s also worked as an administrator for the pressroom products division and pressroom sales specialist.
"Establishing strategic relationships with our manufacturers is an important priority for Enovation," said Meyer. "We are dedicated to providing our customers with best-in-class products and service and Paul’s expertise in the pressroom will help us continue to do that."
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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