Electronics For Imaging, Inc.’s two new printers for the high-end, high productivity soft signage market help display graphics producers reach new heights in productivity and extend their capabilities. The EFI™ COLORS 340 printer announced today prints at up to 9,149 square feet per hour (in a four-color x 4 configuration) while providing unmatched color capabilities for premium-quality soft signage. For even higher-volume production environments, the EFI POWER 340 prints up to 16,835 square feet per hour. Leveraging technology from EFI Reggiani’s 70+ year legacy of best-in-class fabric printing, both new offerings have the ability to print with higher quality on a wider range of materials than other soft signage inkjet devices, with 100% penetration on both sides of the material. The printers offer added versatility and economical ink capabilities with their ability to print either direct to fabric or to transfer paper using the same inkset, eliminating the significant cost and downtime related to switching over inks.
J.S. McCarthy Printers and the Tardiff family announced that effective August 21, 2017, Jonathan “Jon” Tardiff has been appointed president of J.S. McCarthy Co. It has been a long journey and the company is very proud of Tardiff and all that he has accomplished and says that it is confident that he will bring the same dedication to this new role as he has to everything else he accomplished at the company.
For the past 25 years, Tardiff has worked in the family business in various positions. He has learned about teamwork, motivating people, keeping an eye on the bottom line, staying on the cutting edge and always looking to improve, but most of all, he learned never to be afraid of rolling his sleeves up and getting the job done. Jon is a 2004 graduate of Babson College and holds a degree in Business Administration.
Former President, Rick Tardiff, states, “After 45 years in the industry, I have decided that it is time for Jon and his three siblings to take over the operations of J.S. McCarthy. Each of our children is uniquely qualified to perform their respective roles within the organization and I couldn’t be more proud of all of them.”
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