Enovation Selects Steven Greenstein as Sales Manager
Press release from the issuing company
April 8, 2002 – Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. has named Steven Greenstein as the company’s sales manager for its Seattle branch location.
A 31-year veteran of the industry, Greenstein has worked in nearly every part of the printing business – from film assembling and working as a pressman to sales and accounting. In 1983, Greenstein joined Redwood Litho, a large commercial sheetfed printer in San Francisco, where he managed both the prepress and production departments.
Greenstein took a position in 1988 as senior account representative, film and proofing products, with Fujifilm’s Graphic Systems Division in the state of Washington. He was later promoted to imagesetting specialist for the Northwest.
In 1994, Greenstein accepted a job with Momentum Corporation, which merged with six other companies in 1997 to become PrimeSource. He held several sales management positions and, most recently, was PrimeSource’s regional sales manager for electronic systems in the Washington/Oregon area.
"Steve’s strong background and knowledge of the local Seattle marketplace, combined with proven leadership abilities, make him a perfect fit for this position," said John Solwold, vice president for Enovation’s western region.
About Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc.
The nation’s largest distributor to the graphic communications industry, Enovation Graphic Systems, Inc. offers a full-line of analog and digital consumables, electronic imaging products, software and technical and support services, including: electronic prepress equipment; computer workstations and software; fileservers and networking solutions; consumables and hardware for offset lithography and flexography; pressroom supplies and chemicals; post-press and finishing equipment; professional 35mm films and papers; and personalized, consultative services.
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