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November '18

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On The Move Mentor, Ohio-based graphic films manufacturer Avery Dennison announces that its board of directors has appointed Mark Barrenechea as a director. Barrenechea, 53, is vice chair, CEO and chief technology officer of OpenText Corporation, a global software company based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. OpenText's focus is Enterprise Information Management software, and the company had $2.8 billion in fiscal rev- enue in 2018. Barrenechea has three decades experience in the technology industry include seven years at Oracle. Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based JDS Industries, a supplier of components to the sublimation, awards, and gifts and promotion markets, announces the move of its Chicago warehouse into a larger facility in Addison, Illinois. The relocation increases its space to 86,000 square feet from 52,000 square feet to accommodate more product and inventory, as well as a larger will-call area to welcome more customers. The new warehouse is located at 350 S. Church St., Addison, Illinois. Dallas-based GSG (Graphic Solutions Group), a supplier to the screen, sign, digital imaging and embroidery industries, announces three workforce appointments. The company names Mallory Henrichs as apparel decorating product manager, Chris Blake as receiving and inventory control manager, and Justin Humble as sign terri- tory manager. As the product manager, Henrichs oversees GSG product lines, resell- ers, and customers in the apparel-decorating division. As sign territory manager, Humble manages existing accounts and grows new ones for the company. The posi- tion covers both graphic and electrical signage products. Zünd UK Ltd., the British division of the Switzerland-based manufacturer of digital table cutting equipment and supplies, announces the appoint- ment of Nicki Kay as the new managing director of Zünd UK. Kay replaces Stuart Cole, who stepped down from that position earlier this year. In her new role, Kay will be tasked with delivering further growth in the packaging, sign and graphics, textiles, leather and composite manufac- turing industries, and will also work towards the development of new and untapped markets. Atlanta-based CET Color, a manufacturer of grand- and wide-format flatbed and hybrid printers, announces George Compiani as the new- est member of its sales team. Compiani joins the company as a senior sales executive with the focus on dealer sales. Compiani has more than 30 years of printing experience. He has worked for companies such as Eastman Kodak, HP/Indigo and Canon, and he is trained in color management, workflow optimization, digital print solutions and software implementation. Palo Alto, California-based HP announces that Vikrant Batra will succeed Antonio Lucio as its chief marketing officer. HP also announces the promotion of Karen Kahn, chief communications officer and head of communications, corpo- rate brand and events to the executive leadership team. Batra was most recently global head of marketing for HP's $19 billion imaging and printing group, and also previously led marketing globally for the company's $33 billion personal systems group. San Angelo, Texas-based LED signage module manufac- turer Principal LED announces the hiring of two new ter- ritory managers to the Southwest region of the U.S. Todd Dornhecker is named territory manager for the southern region of the Southwest, and Clay Engdahl for the north- ern region of the Southwest. Engdahl's territory includes most of New Mexico, northern Texas, northern Louisiana, and all of Oklahoma and Arkansas. Dornhecker will cover Las Cruces, New Mexico, southern Texas and southern Louisiana. Product Highlights S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • November 2018 • 51 Clay Engdahl (L), and Todd Dornhecker (R) SDG Introducing TroGlass The clear choice for acrylic processing www.troteclaser.com www.trotec-materials.com

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