Awards & Engraving

March '20

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56 a-e-mag.com • A&E MARCH 2020 TAKE A LOOK BACK AT OUR MONTHLY MEDLEY OF ONLINE NEWS # ReHash Send your news items, along with accompanying photos, in a concise press release to Julia Schroeder, at jschroeder@nbm.com. For more news items, check out a-e-mag.com. If you missed out on the last month's news, don't worry. Following is a glimpse into some of stories we dug into over the past month. With a subscription to A&E's Daily Newsletter, you, too, can keep a finger on the industry's movers and shakers while receiving fresh tips and tutorials to help boost your bottom line. To sign up for the newsletter, visit a-e-mag.com, type your email address into the blue box located on the right- hand side of the home page, and click 'Sign Up.' Your request will be processed immediately, and the eNewsletter will arrive promptly the next business day. LogoJET Announces Expansion to South America Responding to growth in the South American market, LogoJET announces the opening of its new office in Bogota, Colombia. The new regional service center, located in Centro Empresarial Colpa- tria, will serve as the hub for LogoJET sales and service throughout South America. "South America is a tre- mendous growth market for customization and personal- ization solutions," says Susan Cox, LogoJET founder and CEO. "Bogota provides an exceptional business climate for launching our new regional center." Daniel Tobon, who was recently named LogoJET's director of technical solutions a few months ago, will now manage the Bogota office. In addition to his background in technology at LogoJET, Tobon has more than 20 years of experience in the industry. He began his work at LogoJET as a technical support representative, then moved on to be a technical specialist. "We are thrilled about our new South American headquarters and promoting Daniel Tobon to the position of director of technical solutions," says Lon Riley, vice president and chief operating officer of LogoJET. "In this role, he is a key member of the management team and responsible for our entire service delivery operation." The LogoJET Bogota team is looking to hire more employees at the time of publishing and will be offering in-house demos and hosting events to showcase its technology. Learn more here: http://aemag.ly/logojetsouthamerica. Radian Laser Systems Partners with PAT Technology Systems Radian Laser Systems announces a new partnership with PAT Technology Systems. According to Radian, the partnership allows the laser company to offer a fume extractor from PAT Technology, specifically the Filtrabox, when quoting marking systems for cus- tomers. The extractors will not be offered on the Radian website. "We chose to partner with Filtrabox in particular due to the quality of the machine, ease of maintenance, and trusted relation- ship," says Radian Laser Systems CEO Tom Tamburrini. Radian recently tested the Filtrabox fume extractor with its new laser marking module at a trade show. Based on the results from those tests, the partnership was formed. "Radian Laser and PAT Technology have similar values; we both believe in deploying innovative solutions to meet the demands of our customers for today and for the future," says PAT Technology President Wayne Baird. "With any marking and engraving systems, a high-quality fume extractor is necessary to ensure the safety of the working environ- ment from fumes, smoke, and unpleasant odor," adds Tamburrini. "We want to make the experience easy for the customer to get a complete system so they can easily be up and running quickly knowing that all components work together seamlessly." Read about it online: http://aemag.ly/radianpat. Legacy Images Opens Storefront in Indiana After over 15 years of running Legacy Images from home, couple Paul and Jane Catlin opened a storefront for their personaliza- tion business in Sheridan, Indiana. With a specialty in customized engraved picture frames and gifts, the family-owned and operated business opened the storefront at the end of October 2019. Shoppers can expect a display of products available for purchase as well as items from other local artists, including wood pallet signs and décor, poured acrylic canvasses, pottery, and paracord items, according to Catlin's daughter and manager of Legacy Images, Cara Retz. "It's not quite like walking out your back door, but it's nice to have a place for customers to come and see a wide range of our products in person," says Retz. "We can talk to them and get a better idea for what they want rather than communicating via email." Tobon

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