HudsonYards Significantly Increases Capacity with NEC Acquisition and New West Coast Office
Press release from the issuing company
NEW YORK, February 26, 2007 — HudsonYards, a leading provider of pre-media services for graphic arts production, indicated today that its production capacity has significantly increased with the addition of the operations and facilities of NEC, a leader in providing high-quality digital imaging services to the consumer magazine publishing market, and the recent opening of HudsonYards’ San Francisco facility.
NEC’s advanced production facilities in Nashville, Tennessee and Birmingham, Alabama have been integrated into HudsonYards, and now serve their clients throughout the country under the HudsonYards name.
With the addition of NEC’s capabilities in October 2006, New York-based HudsonYards now has facilities in four key locations. Earlier this year, HudsonYards opened a new production facility in San Francisco, launching operations to serve West Coast clients.
HudsonYards provides creative re-touching, pre-media production and customized workflow solutions for corporate marketers, retailers, publishers, designers, advertisers and their agencies.
Diane Romano, president and chief operating officer of HudsonYards, stated, “This major expansion of our production capacity demonstrates our commitment to have the most advanced capabilities in place to stay ahead of the growing and changing needs of our clients in all visual communications media. We have linked four outstanding facilities to give our clients access to the full, combined capabilities of HudsonYards for the highest levels of quality production and innovative solutions. We’re growing to assure that we have the full resources and the best technology ready to help our clients grow.”
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