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Panpa Bulletin : September 2006
When it comes to state-of-the-art trimming techno- logy, the SNT-U compact trimming drum leads the field in five key areas. Speed: top processing rates, fully synchronised with the press. Space: compact design, to re- duce the space requirement at the end of the press. Smoothness: regu- lar, even running with no curves, bump turns or other sources of error. Precision: a perfect shear cut all round. Set-up: incredibly low changeo- ver times. In short, a machine at the cutting edge of trimming technology. Ferag. Performance, Progress, Value. SNT-U compact trimming drum Increasing market share with a machine at the cutting edge of the industry FERAG AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. A WRH WALTER REIST HOLDING AG COMPANY SYDNEY OFFICE ALEXANDRIA, NSW 2015, PHONE +61 2 8337 9777, www.ferag-australia.com MELBOURNE OFFICE DINGLEY VILLAGE, VIC 3172, PHONE +61 3 9551 3988 PEOPLE Steve Hutton, this year's PANPA Marketer of the Year award winner, has been given the task of managing APN News and Media's Ipswich daily, The Queensland Times, which is about to benefit from being print- ed at APN's new Yandina plant. Hutton, who was nominated APN's inaugural young execu- tive of the year in recognition of outstanding sales at The North Advocate on New Zealand's North Island in 2004, won the PANPA award for his work at The Daily Examiner, where he was appoint- ed general manager in December last year. Judges of the prestigious PANPA marketing award said Hutton had demonstrated all the attributes of a dynamic newspaper executive. He had taken the core product (The Examiner) and developed sections within it, rather than move away from the mainsheet and produce more 'stand alone' products. APN's metro region manager, Hesper Chainey, said Hutton's appointment was a major coup as the company continued to invest in improving the QT and associated products, which in- clude The Satellite and Ipswich Advertiser. She said Hutton would contin- ue to dive growth at the QT. "Like all major local businesses we real- ised that as Ipswich had changed, so must we, if we're to continue to prosper and survive in an ever- changing media market. "Last year we made a decision to invest heavily in a new-look QT and we have continued to do this by increasing staff levels in the reporting and advertising dep- artments and by strengthening the expertise of our management team. "As we continue to strive for excellence, the QT will be printed later this year on a new state-of- the-art press that will give the highest quality reproduction and creative options being demanded by advertisers and readers alike. "We have long supported com- munity and business groups and the team at the QT newspaper group look forward to building on this support in what will be an ever better QT." APN Chief Executive, Mark Jamieson, said the Young Executive of the Year award test- ified to Hutton's ability to drive local businesses' value, image and marketability. The QT's new general man- ager , who used his APN prize to travel to the UK and study several regional newspapers, says he is excited to have the opportunity to grow one of Australia's oldest and best performing daily newspapers in a region of great potential. "The recent investment in re- designing the QT has created a top-class publication -- certainly as good as any paper of its size I've experienced in the world," he said. Hutton studied business at Liverpool's John Moores College, in the UK before starting a career in retail banking as a sales and service manager with the National Westminster Bank. Hutton to Queensland Times Steve Hutton and Hesper Chainey
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