TCG Legacy in Garner, North Carolina, recently replaced a competitive digital press with the new Linoprint CP from Heidelberg. The purchase makes history as the first Linoprint CP digital machine to be sold in the United States. With five years since its last digital purchase, TCG Legacy expects to see a significant boost in speed, quality and overall value with the 130 page-per-minute press. “One of the key advantages of this machine is the increase in speed and start-up time. We anticipate a 20 percent increase in uptime because we will be able to run jobs constantly without limitations,” said Jeff Majewski, vice president of administration.
FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division made a leadership change within its high-speed wide format sales group.
Kammes began his Fujifilm career in 2001 and has held roles in various capacities, including product marketing; sales; service; national accounts; and product development. Most recently he was the director of corporate sales and managed national accounts.
“With 17 years at Fujifilm, Jason is an asset to our organization; and I’m confident he will continue to provide exceptional support to our customers, along with his dedication to our innovative and ever-evolving product line-up,” says Todd Zimmerman, division president, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, Graphic Systems Division. “Jason is uniquely qualified to lead our sales efforts with customers who are transitioning from analog to digital production options and to work with early adopters who are now seeking higher productivity, automated solutions for their large format production needs.”