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Durst’s Roy Pagan Adds Tau Label Printing Solutions to Portfolio for Durst U.S. Clients

Thursday, December 12, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Former Wide-Format Director at Major U.S. Imager Can Offer ‘Real World’ Insights

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Durst U.S. has expanded the responsibilities of Roy Pagan, the company’s business development manager for industrial imaging solutions, to include its Tau portfolio of digital label printing platforms, low-migration, in-line laser die cutting equipment and related products, the company has announced.

Pagan joined Durst in 2012 after 17 years at Classic Graphics in Charlotte, N.C., where most recently he was Director of Wide-Format Services.  With Durst he has concentrated on solutions for interior décor and other specialty applications utilizing the company’s industry-leading Rho digital inkjet printers.

“Having worked on the print provider side and helped establish a wide-format printing division from the ground up, Roy offers customers valuable ‘real world’ understanding and insights,” said Christopher Howard, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Durst U.S.

“He’s most interested in introducing direct digital UV inkjet printing into industries that might not yet imagine how they can use it to streamline operations and gain new growth opportunities,” Howard added.  “Roy has a knack for coming up with workable solutions to some of today’s most challenging, innovative applications.  That extends to label printing, where digital imaging is beginning to have a significant positive impact.  We’re fortunate to have Roy’s knowledge and expertise as part of the Durst team.” 

Pagan, who also has a background in graphic arts and design, will continue to serve customers from Charlotte, where he and his family live.


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