The Hennegan Company Wins Majority Of Awards For Print Excellence At 2005 Mohawk Show 6
Press release from the issuing company
FLORENCE, KY, July 8, 2005 - Robert Ott, Jr, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Hennegan Company, announced today that The Hennegan Company, a leading provider of ultra-fine printing in the US is the primary winner in the 2005 “Mohawk 6” show competition, sponsored by Mohawk Paper. Mr. Ott commented: “There are only 5 winning pieces for all of North America and we are very honored to have printed two of the winners.” The two award winners are in recognition for a Herman Miller SEE catalog and the Tiffany & Co. 2005 Spring Mailer. Four industry-leading designers who have produced work for Fortune 50 companies judged the competition.
Mr. Ott shared: "As a leader in quality printing, we constantly have our customers asking us questions ranging from consistency to qualitative standards. Our recognition at such events as the Mohawk competition has provided us at The Hennegan Company with a wonderful platform to showcase our skill, technology, craft and quality. These principles along with our commitment to offering our customers the very best in service are the fundamentals we live by and they are the cornerstone of our brand.”
In addition to this award recognition from Mohawk Paper, The Hennegan Company has also won awards this year in competitions sponsored by Sappi Paper, International Paper, PIA of Ohio and Northern Kentucky, and a special “Best of Show” award by a regional Printing Industries of America competition.
Founded nearly 120 years ago, The Hennegan Company lists many industry-leading, household name companies across the U.S. and around the world as customers. The majority of The Hennegan Company’s job content consist of sophisticated, color-intensive materials such as annual reports, catalogs, inserts and FSIs, point of purchase displays, brochures and other collateral.
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