Mark Juratich joins MAN Roland to head its Newspaper Tower Add-On Program
Press release from the issuing company
Westmont, Illinois — MAN Roland Inc. has stepped-up its Newspaper Tower Add-On Program with the appointment of Mark Juratich to manage and grow the upgrade initiative.
As Manager, Newspaper Add-On Business, Juratich will offer full consulting services to any newspaper executive who is considering tower add-ons to improve the productivity and color printing capabilities of his pressroom.
A graduate of Purdue University with a BS in Mechanical Engineering, Juratich began his graphic arts career with Rockwell/Goss Graphic Systems in 1986. He moved through the engineering ranks to become an Engineering Supervisor in 1996. Two years later he was named Mechanical Applications Engineering Manager for Goss Graphic Systems.
For the past three years, Juratich was Director of Engineering for the Chicago Sun-Times — a Hollinger International publication. During his tenure, Juratich commissioned the paper’s new $140 million printing facility. He also served as consultant for other Hollinger production sites, directing unit rebuilds, new equipment purchases and press modifications
In his new role, Juratich reports directly to John Evans, MAN Roland’s Director of Technology, who heads both the Commercial Web and Newspaper Project Management teams.
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