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New appointments at manroland's printservices Division

Monday, March 30, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

manroland GB has further strengthened its printservices division with the recent
appointment of Paul Castleman to the position of National Technical Service
Manager and Paul Guy as the company's new printservices Business Development
Specialist. The appointments are internal and part of manroland's ongoing
strategy to enhance  the efficiency and effectiveness of its printservices
service and support division for customers. Both Mr Guy and Mr Castleman are now
active in their new capacities.

Says Mr Castleman: "Here at manroland printservices, we are continually striving
to encourage printers to take a proactive approach to their press maintenance.
Modern presses are high performance machines, operating at higher speeds and
achieving greater accuracy than ever before and stringent maintenance is the
only way to ensure optimum performance over the long term. I'm relishing the
opportunity to lead the technical service team in this effort and am delighted
to be made National Technical Service Manager."

Mr Castleman's responsibilities as National Technical Service Manager include
managing manroland GB's team of engineers and demonstrators and the management
and resourcing of new press installation or press movement projects. Mr
Castleman, who has a background in electronic engineering, has been with
manroland for over 25 years, starting as an apprentice and then moving into an
press engineer's role for many years. Paul is very experienced in press
maintenance best practice and prior to his ascension to the position of National
Technical Service Manager, was Area Technical Service Manager, Southern Region.

In his role as printservices Business Development Specialist, Mr Guy is
responsible for servicing and spares in the north of the country and is a key
channel of communication between manroland and its customers in the region. He
is heavily experienced in the print industry, having been a printer for fifteen
years before joining manroland ten years ago. He previously held the position of
demonstrator.

Says Mr Guy: "In my time at manroland I have developed strong relationships with
customers up and down the country. In my new role I will continue to take a
proactive approach to maintaining these relationships and establishing new ones
in order to ensure that manroland remains very accessible to all its customers."

manroland GB's printservices division provides customers with some of the best
service and support in the industry and is part of the larger manroland
PRINTVALUE team, which has built an enviable reputation in the market for its
extensive knowledge and experience in service support, consumables, networking
and project management.

 

 

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