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Reinhard Marschall succeeds Ramona Weiß-Weber as KBA Deutschland Managing Director

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

With effect from 1 January 2015 a new managing director will take the reins at KBA Deutschland. Reinhard Marschall (49) succeeds Ramona Weiß-Weber at the helm of Koenig & Bauer’s German sales and service subsidiary for sheetfed offset presses. The previous managing director has left the company after three years to pursue new challenges.

Following many successful years in sales at another press manufacturer, Reinhard Marschall joined KBA-Mödling in 2010 as sales manager for KBA sheetfed offset presses in Austria and the countries of the former Yugoslavia. Over the last four years he was able to win a raft of new clients in Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as Serbia for KBA’s innovative Rapida sheetfed offset presses with his wealth of experience in the industry, high degree of commitment, technical expertise and close ties to customers. This is in addition to supporting the many existing users and expanding KBA’s market share as the world’s second-largest press manufacturer. Reinhard Marschall has a very good reputation in the market and he will continue to be available as a contact for his customers in Austria and the Balkans.

Given the ongoing structural changes in the print industry as the new managing director of KBA Deutschland he aims to ramp up communication with clients in order to find potential improvements in production areas. This is in addition to strengthening the regional focus of sales and service activities. Alongside its headquarters in Radebeul near Dresden this KBA subsidiary has offices in Würzburg (KBA-Süd) and in the future in Austria (KBA-Mödling) and Serbia (KBA Süd Ost). The German region of North Rhine-Westphalia will also be served by trading firm Heinrich Steuber in Mönchengladbach, Germany.

Along with the usual consultation, sales and service activities associated with Rapida sheetfed offset presses, KBA Deutschland with its some 90 staff offer a host of further products and services. These include practical maintenance, upgrade, retrofit and spare part packages for users grouped under the heading KBA Service Select, workflow and MIS systems including the associated consulting under the general heading of KBA Complete as well as optimised consumables from KBA PressConsum portfolio.

 

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