April 02, 2008 -- Coming from a versatile background in both Sales and Service for the packaging product industry, Mike Coughlin brings a unique combination of exemplary customer service, training and technical skills to his position as Field Service Engineer at CC1, Inc. Prior to joining CC1, Mike held positions including Sales Engineer, Field Service Engineer and Assembler throughout his eleven year tenure with George Gordon Associates, Inc. of Merrimack, New Hampshire, a globally recognized company providing a diversified line of horizontal and vertical production equipment for the packaging product industry.
Mike’s ability to communicate effectively when training customers on equipment use will be a particular asset when in the field. Customers will not only benefit directly from his technical expertise on electro-mechanical issues, they will also gain a better understanding for themselves regarding how to maintain and implement CC1 equipment on their presses.
“Mike comes with a familiarity of selling, installing and training capital equipment in the printing environment,” states Vice President of Operations, Robin Mills. He has an inherent ability to determine where and how to best get printers to use new equipment and keep a steady pace in its introduction and continued use. Mike will spend the next several months training in the field in both application on press for Newspapers as well as learning how to begin an entire project from wire terminations through startup and training. Mike is an excellent fit within our Service Group, as he shares his interest in the industry and the outcome of each installation.”
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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