New Appointments: May 2012

AgiLight and SignComp™ have entered into a European distribution agreement. SignComp Europe will help AgiLight expand the reach of its LED sign lighting product lines to the United Kingdom and throughout continental Europe.

Green Sign Company’s Shawn Cory Green was elected as president of the Midwest Sign Association (MSA). Green previously served positions as vice president as well as trustee of MSA.

Hexacomb has appointed Scott Daniel as president. Daniel joined Hexacomb in 2005 as vice president of operations. During his tenure, he implemented lean manufacturing practices and supported the company’s new product launches. Prior to joining Hexacomb, Daniel spent 17 years in operations for a leading supplier of automotive interiors and consumer electronics.

LexJet has acquired On a Roll Color Imaging. All shipping, product, and customer logistics have been transitioned to LexJet and built into its technology infrastructure to ensure no interruption in service to On a Roll Color Imaging customers.

NanoLumens® has entered into a contract manufacturing agreement with PartnerTech AB, the owner and operator of an ISO 9001 Certified United States manufacturing center in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The agreement will enable NanoLumens to cost-effectively meet the rapidly growing market demand for its line of flexible and fixed LED displays.

N. Glantz & Son has appointed Bryan Scimone to digital products sales & marketing manager. He is responsible for product selection, vendor selection, and sales and marketing for the wide format segment. He brings over a decade of experience in the graphics industry to the position. N. Glantz & Son has also opened a new branch at 93 Weldon Parkway in Maryland Heights, Missouri, which will serve metro St. Louis and the surrounding area with daily delivery of sign and graphics supplies. Jim Shaw will serve as regional manager of the branch, and Brandon Smith will serve as branch manager.


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