Domenic DiRenzo joins KBA as new Northeast Regional Sales Manager
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
KBA North America, a global press manufacturer based in Dallas, Texas, announces that Domenic DiRenzo is joining the sheetfed division as the new sales manager for upstate New York and New England states. DiRenzo will be overseeing customer accounts in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine and the territory north of New York's Westchester County.
"KBA continues to introduce new press models and technology that provide the widest array of choices for printers large and small," says DiRenzo. "It's backed with a long stable history and corporate commitment to its customers. I'm proud to join a multi-national company where I will be able to make a difference and partner with their customers."
DiRenzo has garnered nearly 20 years of extensive graphic arts experience in UV equipment sales and consulting to Fortune 500 printing companies as well as other large, medium, and small printing firms. The past 10 years have been in sales and marketing, service, and management positions providing and integrating UV-curing and drying solutions to printers throughout North America. With his vast experience and knowledge of the printing market and associated applications, DiRenzo has worked with all types of complex applications and installations. He is frequently called upon to share his wealth of knowledge, and help educate users to enhance their capabilities, applications, and business practices. He is a member of NAPL, PIA, the Chicago Litho Club, Printing Industries of New England, and Rad-Tech. He has an engineering degree from Wentworth Institute of Technology.
"We are pleased to add Domenic DiRenzo to our sales team," says John Raithel, vice president of sheetfed sales. "His vast knowledge of printing and especially the popular UV area will enhance our current customer base as well as partner with potential customers. We believe his expertise and knowledge will prove invaluable in supporting KBA's national sales strategy."