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Juliet Midlik elected president of CEMA

September 2, 2008

The association addresses the needs of converting equipment manufacturers.

CEMA, the Converting Equipment Manufacturers Association, has elected Juliet Midlik to be its president for the 2008-2009 term. Midlik, vice president of sales at Prime UV Systems, has spent more than fifteen years in technical sales and marketing to the converting, coating and printing industries.
 
CEMA was founded in 1984 and exists specifically to serve and address the needs and concerns of converting equipment manufacturers. It is a division of AIMCAL, the Association of Industrial Metallizers, Coaters and Laminators.
 
Upon graduation from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Midlik joined Prime UV as marketing specialist, and was subsequently promoted to director of customer support and regional sales director for the company. She is an ultraviolet equipment specialist and has conducted seminars and authored articles on the technical applications of UV systems for the converting industry, and the development of high-speed UV curing systems. She is an active member of AIMCAL and the Flexographic Technical Association.
 
Prime UV Systems, located in Carol Stream, IL, USA, manufactures UV curing and IR drying equipment.
 
 
 

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