K/P Corporation Names David Hart as New Board Member
Press release from the issuing company
SAN RAMON, CA - K/P Corporation, one of the leading printing, mailing and fulfillment companies in the U.S., elected David Hart, chairman and CEO of Austin, Texas-based Hart InterCivic, to its board of directors. Hart joins the seven-member K/P board that provides strategic direction and counsel to the privately held company's senior management team.
Hart brings more than 20 years of experience in the graphic arts, fulfillment and supply chain management industries to the K/P board. Over the last few years, Hart has focused on business growth and capital acquisition initiatives. His company, Hart InterCivic, provides e-government services including workflow applications, election management and electronic voting.
"David Hart brings the specific industry expertise and broad business vision that will be beneficial to us as we plan for K/P's future," said Rich Barbee, K/P chief executive officer. "David also adds a fresh perspective and more diversity to our board," said Barbee.
Barbee joined K/P Corporation in May as its new CEO. Before that, Barbee worked with Hart for several years at Hart Graphics.
K/P Corporation provides a single resource for customers who need printing, mailing and fulfillment services-or a complete program combining all three. The company operates 10 facilities in four states and is headquartered in San Ramon, Calif.
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