HudsonYards' First Anniversary Marks a Year of Expansion and Growth
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, March 28, 2007 — HudsonYards, a leading provider of pre-media services for graphic arts production, marks its first anniversary this month, completing a year of remarkable expansion and growth since the company’s formation in March 2006.
In its first 12 months, HudsonYards significantly increased its national capacity and established itself as a strong, new presence in the pre-media marketplace across the country with the addition of new, advanced production facilities to join its flagship operations in New York.
In the South, the company brought the high-quality digital imaging services of the Nashville, Tennessee and Birmingham, Alabama operations of NEC under the HudsonYards banner. On the West Coast, HudsonYards launched a new production facility in San Francisco to serve Pacific coast clients. All facilities are now linked to give HudsonYards clients access to the full combined facilities of the company.
Diane Romano, president and chief operating officer of HudsonYards, noted, “It has been an exciting first year for our young company. We have a strong talented team that actually has been working together for 25 years, and is fully committed to our vision of long-term growth for HudsonYards. HudsonYards was started on a foundation of solid operational knowledge and experience and we will continue to build on those assets which, in just 12 months, have positioned us as an industry leader. Ahead, we will continue to explore opportunities to serve our rapidly expanding client base with new technologies and solutions across all platforms of visual communications.”
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