Mitsubishi Imaging appoints Christopher Hung Vice President of its Graphic Arts Division
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Rye, New York — Mitsubishi Imaging (MPM), Inc. announced today that its board of directors has named Christopher Hung Vice President of its Graphic Arts Division, effective immediately.
Hung joined Mitsubishi Imaging in 2004 as General Manager of Technical Services. In that role, he successfully implemented a National Customer Support System that delivers efficient and immediate technical assistance to customers who are using Mitsubishi Imaging’s computer-to-plate systems.
Prior to joining Mitsubishi Imaging, Hung was Print Media Manager at Canon USA Inc. He was directly responsible for product development and commercial implementation of Canon inkjet and electrophotographic paper — the company’s branded media products.
Hung worked closely with the sales, marketing and service organizations within Canon to support the US dealer and national accounts network, promoting sales of both branded media and digital printing devices. He also spent several years at International Paper as a Product Development Manager for the digital imaging group, supporting product lines such as Strathmore and Hammermill Papers.
A native of Orange County, NY, Hung holds an Executive MBA from Adelphi University and a BS in Management from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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