*NEWS*FUTURE GRAPHIC’S 4500 COLOR TONER

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*NEWS*FUTURE GRAPHIC’S 4500 COLOR TONER

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    <DIV><FONT size=3><FONT color=blue><strong><FONT size=4>Future Graphics Adds HP 4500 Chemical Color Toners</FONT></strong> <strong> </strong></FONT></FONT><a target=”_blank” href= “http://www.rsrnews.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=ShowEmailToFriend&ArticleID=2338″></A><strong><FONT color=blue size=3> </FONT></strong>
    <P><FONT face=arial><strong><FONT color=blue size=3>Future Graphics, A leading global distributor of imaging supplies, components, and chips for laser, copier, fax and inkjet cartridges, has announced the release of new chemical toners for the HP 4500 color laser printer. </FONT></strong>
    <P><strong><FONT color=blue size=3>The 4500 chemical color toners by Future Graphics are manufactured from the molecular level in an emulsion, producing spherical, uniform-sized particles resulting in superior transfer efficiency and increased yields. Like the OEM version, the black toner is a conventionally pulverized magnetic variety, manufactured through a rigorous process to meet all the printer requirements. </FONT></strong>
    <P><strong><FONT color=blue size=3>“Since most users utilize color laser as a platform to market their image, quality in color printing is extremely important,” says Luke Goldberg, VP of Sales, Future Graphics. “For this reason, keeping pace with OEM color quality is critical. Our new 4500 chemical toners achieve this goal and are a valuable addition to our product line.” </FONT></strong></FONT></P></DIV>
    <DIV><FONT size=3><FONT color=blue><strong><FONT size=4>Future Graphics Welcomes New Account Executives and Director of Special Projects</FONT></strong>  </FONT></FONT><a target=”_blank” href= “http://www.rsrnews.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=ShowEmailToFriend&ArticleID=2341″></A><FONT color=blue size=3> </FONT></DIV>
    <P><FONT face=arial size=-1><FONT color=blue size=3>Future Graphics, global distributor of imaging supplies, components, and chips for laser, copier, fax and inkjet cartridges, announces the addition of Eduardo Ramirez and Richard Rios as Account Executives at the Miami office. </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>Ramirez, a 14-year veteran of the imaging supplies industry, will be responsible for international sales in Latin-America. Rios, with 19 years’ experience in high tech sales, a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UC Cal Berkeley, and an MBA from UCLA, will be handling domestic and international sales. </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>Ramirez’ industry experience includes two years at Laser Products, where he was an account executive, working both domestic and international sales; five years at Carbotek, where he worked sales and set up distributors throughout Europe; and four years at Delacamp AG, where he was the Latin-American Sales Manager. </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>“It’s a pleasure having Eduardo with us,” says Luke Goldberg, VP of Sales, Future Graphics. “Eduardo’s industry knowledge, dedication and experience in Latin-America will be a great asset as we expand our market share in the international arena.” </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>Rios’ extensive industry credentials include many years at Lexmark International’s Latin-American division, where he appointed new dealers and managed channels for the sale of printers and supplies to Latin-American and Caribbean locations as well as Miami-based exporters. At Xerox’s Office Printing Business, Rios implemented demand generation activities to increase market share and account revenue, significantly sparking the sale of Xerox and Tektronix printers among the dealer base in S. Florida and Puerto Rico. </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>“We feel very privileged to have acquired somebody with Richard’s extensive industry experience,” says Luke Goldberg, VP of Sales, Future Graphics. “Richard’s intimate knowledge of OEM equipment and sales strategies will be a great asset in providing valuable information to our customers.” </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>Future Graphics has also added Roland Hoven as Director, Special Projects. Hoven, who has worked in the aftermarket imaging supplies industry for the last seven years, will be responsible for developing new projects with an emphasis on improving infrastructure and streamlining product flow. </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>Hoven’s industry experience includes many years at Graphic Technologies, where he worked as Controller/General Manager, designing and implementing production and shipping facilities, installing accounting software, and redesigning warehouse storage and material flow. </FONT>
    <P><FONT color=blue size=3>“It’s a pleasure having Roland with us,” says Lionel Brown, COO, Future Graphics. “His knowledge of manufacturing plant design, business software networking and industry experience will be a great asset as we grow our facilities to meet an increasing demand.”</FONT></P></FONT>