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Screen USA Expands Regional Sales Staff for Digital Print Solutions

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. — As Screen USA continues to introduce innovative, class-leading technology for production inkjet printing, there are fresh business opportunities for the company. Screen today announced that it has expanded its sales team with the addition of two new regional sales managers for digital print solutions. Tasked with driving Screen’s continued growth in the high-speed digital inkjet market, both are veteran sales professionals within the graphics communications industry.

With 30 years of experience in the industry, Dean Kenan has worked for a number of well-known companies in printing and publishing. His sales territory at Screen consists of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. In addition, he represents Screen technology in Canada, in British Columbia and Yukon.

Kenan’s career spans hands-on production through senior management levels. A proven sales professional skilled at analyzing and streamlining operations for improved productivity and profitability, Kenan boasts expertise in hardware and software solutions sales. Most recently, he was a senior account executive at a major equipment supplier focusing on production printing solutions. Earlier in his career, he was employed for nine years at a printing company in California, where he served as assistant plant manager and later as plant manager.

Screen also is pleased to welcome David Sinner in his capacity as regional sales manager, covering the north central region of the United States and Canada. Sinner will develop new markets and new business in Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. He will help Canadian printing companies meet the challenges of today’s printing environment in six provinces and territories.

Sinner brings a strong background working with customers to implement workflow systems, digital imaging devices and digital printing systems that provide a positive financial impact. Having spent 17 years in sales, he draws on a wealth of knowledge of commercial printing, packaging printing and marketing firms of all sizes.

 

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