Home' FLEXO Magazine : February 2016 Contents Domino to Host Digital
Printing Open House
May 4-5 in Gurnee, IL
GURNEE, IL—Domino will be hosting its
first open house, Digital Printing Spectrum
2016, at its newly expanded demonstra-
tion and training facility at Domino North
American headquarters on May 4 and 5 in
The event will focus on the latest trends and
technology in digital printing and will include
educational presentations from industry
leaders, Q&A panel discussions, innovative
equipment demonstrations, facility tours and
tabletop exhibits from leading suppliers in the
industry. With more than two dozen partner
suppliers already onboard and up to 150
attendees expected, this is a highly anticipated
educational and networking event.
DCM North America to
Host Open House April
19 in Milwaukee, WI
MILWAUKEE, WI—DCM North Amer-
ica, Inc. has announced plans to welcome
interested flexographers to its new demon-
stration center in the Milwaukee, WI metro
area on Tuesday, April 19. The open house
will feature live equipment demonstrations of
DCM USIMECA’s shrink sleeve converting
equipment and slitter/rewinders, as well as
lunch and refreshments.
Depending on interest, DCM plans to
organize an April 20 visit to a local customer,
where open house attendees will be able to
see its solventless laminator and slitter/re-
winder in production.
Gregg Lindsay Joins MPS Systems North America
as North American Service Manager
GREEN BAY, WI—MPS Systems North America, Inc. (MPS) has hired Gregg Lindsay as its
North American service manager. Gregg will help lead the company’s effort in assisting North
American customers with on site installations, press troubleshooting and integrating MPS
equipment into their facilities. He comes to MPS with more than 20 years
of industry experience, having specialized in field engineering and customer
service. He will be based at the MPS Systems North American headquarters
in Hobart, WI.
Gregg’s hire coincides with MPS’ expansion of its North American service
offerings, which includes a local spare parts program, on call local service
technicians, a 24/7 service help line and training programs for operators.
David Wilkins Joins Xeikon as
VP of Sales & Marketing
ITASCA, IL—Xeikon, an innovator in digital color printing technology, has appointed
David Wilkins as VP, sales and marketing U.S. and Canada. David joins the business from JV
Imaging Solutions, where as VP of the distributor of digital imaging, solvent processing, and
photopolymer plates to the web and mid web flexographic printing market, he was responsible
for all sales, customer service, and operations throughout U.S.
Previous roles include national sales manager for MacDermid Printing Solutions and district
manager/VP of sales for The Pitman Co. He also worked in sales for printing and publishing
markets for Intergraph Corp. and as product marketing manager/national sales director for
Gerber Scientific Instrument Co. In his new role, he will spearhead growth in the U.S. and
Canada, reporting directly to Xeikon CEO Wim Maes.
Brad Cardell Joins Anderson & Vreeland as
Technical Sales Representative
BRYAN, OH—Brad Cardell has been appointed as technical sales representative for Ander-
son & Vreeland, Inc. In his new position, Brad will offer technical sales and support, including
introducing new, innovative solutions and technologies to A&V customers throughout North
Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Brad is a graduate of Clemson University, in Clemson, SC with a major in graphic communica-
tions. He is also a recipient of the Gutenberg Award for Process Color Flexography. He brings to
this new position 10 successful years of sales in the printed packaging industry, selling everything
from blister cards, folding cartons, labels and corrugated; to printing consumables such as flexog-
raphic printing plates, cutting dies, and inks and varnishes. Brad resides in South Carolina.
OEC Graphics Celebrates
25th Anniversary of Seamex ITR Sleeve
OSHKOSH, WI—OEC Graphics, a 100 year old, family run premedia company, is proud to
announce the 25th anniversary of its exclusive Seamex ITR sleeve. Introduced to the North
American marketplace in 1991, Seamex was the first seamless, continuous photopolymer
sleeve produced in the round. OEC went on to become the first North American company to
introduce digital ITR sleeves and digital plates with the installation of the Digilas laser in 1996.
The Seamex product line has evolved to include SeamexBlanks. These imagable sleeves are
manufactured to a printer’s specific needs. Seamex2 utilizes a unique manufacturing process
that eliminates grinding photopolymer, resulting in finer dot control in a process sleeve.
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