Presstek, located in Hudson, N.H., welcomed Tim Sawyer as the director of sales for the company’s Asia Pacific Rim. Before joining the company, Sawyer was the vice president of marketing for xpedx’s graphics business, where he handled their national go-to market strategy.
Headquartered in Hudson, N.H., Presstek announced Kathleen McHugh has been appointed vice president and chief marketing officer. McHugh is an industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience, and she is focused on expanding Presstek’s global presence in the growing digital color printing market. McHugh joined Eastman Kodak in 1984, and most recently served as vice president and regional business manager of Eastman Kodak’s U.S. and Canadian prepress solutions. Previously, she served as Eastman Kodak’s vice president, global marketing, prepress solutions. From 1998 to 2005, McHugh held high-level strategic and marketing roles in Kodak Polychrome Graphics, a joint venture between the Eastman Kodak
Headquartered in Hudson, N.H., Presstek—a leading manufacturer and marketer of digital offset printing business solutions—introduced a UV printing option for the Presstek 52DI and 34DI digital offset presses at drupa, which took place May 29th through June 11th in Dusseldorf, Germany. “Printing with UV waterless inks on Presstek’s DI presses expands Presstek’s opportunity to provide the highest quality, lowest cost four-color offset solution for a wider range of markets, including consumer packaging, point-of-purchase and direct mail,” said Klaus Schleicher, Presstek group product director, digital printing business unit. “This new UV option for DI presses will open new doors for Presstek, our customers, and their
Richard “Dick” Williams, founder and former chairman of the board of Presstek, located in Hudson, N.H., passed away at the age of 73 after battling an extended illness. One of the original founders of Presstek, Williams served as the company’s chief technology officer until his retirement in January 2003. He also held many other positions with the company, including chief executive officer, and he was the chairman of the board of directors from 1998 to 2004. In addition, Williams was the recipient of the Rochester Institute of Technology Cary Award in September 2003. The award honors notable individuals who have distinguished themselves in