Day Appoints Ted Miller To Vice President Of Channel Sales
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, OH (June 22, 2004) Day International, a manufacturer of pressroom consumable products used in the image transfer process, has appointed Ted Miller to serve as Vice President of Channel Sales for North America. In his new role, Mr. Miller is responsible for all channel sales of day Graphica printing blankets, Varn pressroom chemistry, and a full range of other offset printing blankets and pressroom consumables sold by Network Distribution International (NDI).
Mr. Miller was previously Director of Channel Sales at NDI. His career in the graphic arts industry spans more than 30 years in various sales and marketing management positions with manufacturers of pressroom consumables and equipment.
Stephen Noe, Group Vice President of Day’s Image Transfer Group explains, “Ted will head up our Channel Development Group, an organization we’ve established to support our channel partners. We’re confident with Ted’s leadership, this commitment will enable us to support our partners more effectively.”
Day manufactures consumable pressroom products for offset and flexographic printing. The company is a global leader and widely recognized for its product innovation, technology leadership and commitment to the printer.
NDI, an operating division of Day’s Image Transfer Group, supplies a broad range of printing blankets, pressroom chemicals, supplies, and equipment to North American printers. The NDI division, based in Rockland, Massachusetts, has six facilities located throughout the United States.
Day International operates manufacturing, sales and distribution centers in North America, Latin America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific. Day brands include: dayGraphica printing blankets and sleeves, david M printing blankets, Varn pressroom chemicals, Rotec flexographic sleeve systems, and accessories, day-Corr die-cutting blankets, and Day-Flo pre-inked rolls.
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