KBA Appoints New Regional Sales Manager for Canada
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Press release from the issuing company
KBA Canada announces that Mark Norlock has joined the company as its regional sales manager. In this new role, Norlock will report to Soren Larsen, Senior Vice President of Sales, and will be responsible for overseeing sales in the provinces of Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the Northwest Territories.
“I am proud to join KBA in this new capacity and serve the printing industry in Canada where I plan to grow KBA’s installed base and increase market share in Canada,” says Norlock. “KBA has a long tradition of introducing the most productive and innovative printing presses in the industry for both sheetfed and web printing. And just this month at Drupa KBA demonstrated another ground-breaking product—its new RotoJet 76, the first inkjet web printing press manufactured by the company. We had five remarkable offset printing presses running live applications at Drupa with a host of never-before-seen features. I am impressed with KBA’s many strengths including its commitment to introduce new innovative technology for the printing sector and its continued investment of 5% of its sales in research and development. KBA truly lives up to its Drupa slogan of ‘sprinting ahead’.”
Norlock brings an extensive background in prepress, digital and printing press sales in Canada. His entire career in the printing industry in Canada has been in various sales positions including another printing press manufacturer and most recently as a sales specialist for another firm’s digital press. Norlock has a wealth of knowledge and excellent relationships with Canadian printers and is actively serving on the board of the DIA (Digital Imaging Association).
“We welcome Mark to the KBA family,” says Soren Larsen, Senior Vice President of Sales of KBA North America. “His skills, knowledge and strong work ethic will help KBA Canada to continue the positive trend it has shown in recent years and expand our sales in Canada.”
By Dave Kew on May 29, 2012
By John Davies on May 30, 2012
Mark has the highest integrity of anyone I have ever met in this industry.
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