SCREEN Americas Officially Relocates


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Screen Americas has officially relocated from Rolling Meadows to Elk Grove Village, Illinois. Guests invited to the ribbon cutting ceremony on 3/18/2021 included the mayor of Elk Grove Village, Craig B. Johnson along with representatives from the village’s fire & police departments.

During the ceremony, Mayor Johnson said, “It is an honor to have such a thriving high-tech company call Elk Grove Village home.”

Ken Ingram, Screen Americas’ president, cut the ribbon in the Inkjet Innovation Center—a 14,000-plus square-foot area: the centerpiece of the new 48,000 square-foot facility—the room where customers will engage with Screen’s technology for the commercial, publishing, direct mail, transactional, packaging, folding carton and label industries.
At a future date, Screen looks forward to receptions & customer visits in the new Elk Grove Village facility.


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