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TRESU A/S & TRESU Royse Welcome Back Scott Hibbs

Friday, March 08, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Dallas, Texas - TRESU Royse, a subsidiary of TRESU A/S, a global supplier of uniquely engineered printing solutions for the graphic media industry and Soren Maarsso, COO of TRESU A/S, is pleased to announce that Scott Hibbs is re-joining the company, effective as of March 1, 2013.  

Upon completing a short assignment for another company, Hibbs returns to TRESU Royse in Dallas as an Executive Vice President to oversee the company’s sales functions to meet strategic objectives for its Danish and US product lines and to assist Steen Rasmussen, interim President and CEO of TRESU Royse, in the transition to a new organizational structure in Dallas.  “We are pleased to welcome Scott back into the group and to renew a relationship that has been beneficial for the company in the North American market in the past and to continue our strong tradition into the future”, says Soren Maarsso.  Hibbs, a 1998 graduate of Dallas Baptist University, has served the company in various capacities since 1988.  “His knowledge of our complete product line and passion for the industry has served our company and our customer’s well in the past.  I fully expect that Scott will continue his exceptional brand of leadership and commitment to help lead the company into new and challenging global objectives we are planning for the future”, says Maarsso. 

About TRESU A/S, the company was founded in 1981 in Bjert, Denmark and currently employs more than 250 persons globally.  In addition to being a major ancillary supplier/vendor to Flexo and offset machine manufacturers worldwide, a core competency of the company is that it designs and manufactures in-line Flexo presses and devices for standard and specialized Flexographic printing applications.


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