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Print industry grows with new appointments

As the industry continues to bounce back from a year of uncertainty, drops in demand and difficult business decisions, the print industry is growing again with a string of recent appointments.

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The print industry has made a string of appointments

At workflow automation company, Enfocus, Steven Nuyt has been promoted from within to head of product. Nuyt has been with the company for seven years and has delivered strategically important projects including subscription licencing for PitStop and the Enfocus Appstore.

A statement from Enfocus says: “Steven is a strategical thinker who focuses on the future and knows how important the role of the channel is. His approach to the Enfocus future is built on a Plan, Focus, Deliver approach.”

Steven Nuyt, head of product at Enfocus

Document solutions provider, Kyocera Document Solutions UK, has appointed Martin Fairman as group sales and marketing director. Joining the team from his previous role as UK and Ireland managing director and channel director at Lexmark, Fairman will help drive the company’s sales and marketing strategy.

Fairman says: “I’m delighted to be joining Kyocera at a fascinating time in the organisation’s growth. The last year has thrown up a number of challenges for businesses operating in the print and document management space, but Kyocera has continued to deliver despite these pressures.”

Over at packaging and specialty papers manufacturer, Sappi Europe, Marco Eikelenboom has taken over as chief executive officer of the company.

Eikelenboom, who previously served as vice president of marketing and sales for Graphic Papers at Sappi Europe, succeeds Berry Wiersum, who retired in March 2021.

Steve Binnie, chief executive officer of Sappi Limited, comments: “I look forward to seeing Sappi Europe taken forward by Marco’s drive and vision. Marco is an experienced leader who has been integral to the development and execution of Sappi’s strategy; and the investments and decisions we have made in Europe to ensure we maintain our graphic papers leadership while growing our packaging and specialities business.”

Burak Sahbaz is moving into the role of vice president of sales at Avery Dennison’s Label and Packaging Materials division in the EMENA region

In a similar sphere, Avery Dennison’s Label and Packaging Materials division in the EMENA region has made two appointments.

Burak Sahbaz will move from marketing to his new role as vice president of sales. Sahbaz succeeds Noel Kasmi who is moving into the role of vice president of marketing.

Sabhaz will use his sales and marketing skills to push customer centricity at the company, and Kasmi will drive the overall marketing strategy as well as accelerate sustainability and long-term innovation.

Noel Kasmi is moving into the role of vice president of marketing at Avery Dennison’s Label and Packaging Materials division in the EMENA region

Xitron, a subsidiary of Global Graphics, is the developer of Navigator RIP and workflow products for commercial, flexo, screen, digital and high-speed inkjet printing.

The software company has announced the appointment of Bill Brunone as director of business development. Brunone will focus on Xitron’s advanced Digital Front End (DFE) which is designed for desktop, production and industrial inkjet applications.

Karen Crews, president of Xitron says: “Bill’s background in engineering – and overall experience in digital print and packaging – is a welcome addition to Xitron’s business development team. His accomplishments in driving inkjet technology in the marketplace are well-recognised and highly regarded.”

Bill Brunone has been appointed as the new director of business development at software company, Xitron

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