CC1 announces its recent expansion to include a new Southwestern Service Office
Press release from the issuing company
September 14, 2007 -- CC1, Inc. continues its commitment to "Service with Excellence" with the recent addition of a new Service Office located in Phoenix, AZ, also appointing Rick Brassard as Field Service Engineer for that office.
Rick joins CC1 after a very successful career with the U.S. Army, managing a team of 12 interrogators and 6 interpreters, training and debriefing soldiers, collecting and providing intelligence to US forces, managing information and communication systems and writing reports for dissemination to US Government agencies. His analytical and problem solving skills will be an asset to the Customer Service Team.
"We are excited to have Rick join our Customer Service Team. His base of operation will be out of Phoenix, AZ which will enable CC1 to provide top notch Customer Service to our ever increasing customer base on the West Coast. Rick will begin his training as an Installation Technician and then we will quickly tap into his skills as an Application Trainer for our Examiner Automatic Register Control Systems for the Newsprint Industry. Due to his centralized location to our West Coast Customers, Rick will continue CC1's Service with Excellence approach on all installed CRC-610 Register Controls System and Digital Web Videos within his territory," reflects Robin Mills, Vice President of Operations.
CC1 is enthusiastic about the results of its dynamic Customer Service Team which includes highly trained professionals, remote service utilizing an expanded internet service and 24-hour service capability, as well as a complete Parts Department for all machine types sold by CC1, Inc.
Established in 1979, CC1 is the premier provider of digital Automatic Register Control, Web Video, Register Motorization, and Pre-Registration solutions for web printers. Additional information on CC1 equipment may be accessed on our website, www.cc1inc.com, or by calling our corporate office at (603) 319-2000.
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