In a move signaling an expansion of its commercial printing business, The Harman Press has re-located from its longtime address in Hollywood to a larger facility at 6840 Vineland Avenue, North Hollywood (CA 91605), in the San Fernando Valley, and added personnel to its executive roster.
Family-owned for three generations, The Harman Press counts clients among the major motion picture studios such as Universal, and is known in political circles as print providers for local, state and national campaigns over the years. Other clients include healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente, and national businesses such as top auto auctioneers Gooding & Company.
Harman Press President Philip Goldner said, "To meet the increasing demand for quality printing in the age of digital information, The Harman Press is consolidating Los Angeles operations in a larger space and gearing up for a more aggressive approach to sales and production that a more demanding marketplace requires."
New personnel include Garry Williams, who has been named Head of Production. After a stint at Continental Colorcraft, Williams return to The Harman Press where he previously headed production for eighteen years.
Another addition to The Harman Press is Rex Weiner, heading up Marketing and Business Development. Weiner continues his media and business advisory practice through his MediaTek Consulting company.