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July '18

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S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • July 2018 • 45 St. Paul, Minnesota-based 3M announces that Mojdeh Poul has been named as the new execu- tive vice president of the Safety and Graphics Business Group, effective July 1. Poul replaces Frank Little, who announced his retirement on that same date. Poul currently is president and general manager, 3M Canada Company. She oversees 3M's five business groups within Canada—including its largest busi- nesses in that country, Industrial and Safety and Graphics— along with manufacturing, research and development, and sales and marketing. Poul joined 3M as director of global mar- keting in 2011. Fremont, California-based EFI, a large-format printer manufac- turer that also makes workflow software, recently celebrated the opening of its new East Coast facility, in Londonberry, New Hampshire. The 250,000-square- foot facility will house manufac- turing, R&D, warehousing, training and more, and is about 25 percent larger than its former facility in nearby Meredith. The site employs approximately 300 people. (Photo courtesy of The Eagle Tribune of North Andover, Massachusetts.) Foam board manufacturer Gilman Brothers, Gilman, Connecticut, welcomes John Uliano as the firm's new director of operations. Since joining the company at the beginning of the year Uliano has been meeting with team members at all levels of the company to review operational procedures, the company says. Uliano brings to Gilman Brothers a strong manufacturing background with an emphasis on organiza- tional lean implementation and sustainment. Eliminating waste will be one of his chief responsibilities, the company says, and his position stayed vacant for several months while they searched for just the right candidate. Dallas-based GSG (Graphic Solutions Group), a supplier to the screen, sign, digital imaging and embroidery industries, announces the appoint- ment of Jacob Goellner as its Dallas operations manager. Goellner has been a GSG employee for 10 years and most recently served as branch manager at the company's Austin, Texas, facility. At the Dallas distribution facility he will oversee all daily warehouse opera- tions and deliveries. On The Move C O N T I N U E D O N P A G E 6 2

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