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Landa Appoints Nachum Korman as VP & GM, North America

Friday, September 18, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Appointment is a key milestone towards commercialization of Landa Nanographic Printing® Presses

Rehovot, Israel - Landa Digital Printing has announced the appointment of Nachum Korman as Vice President & General Manager, North America.

Korman comes to Landa with a very successful track record in the digital printing industry, both in North America and Europe. For the last twenty years, he has held a variety of senior management positions at Scitex, Nur Macroprinters and Hewlett-Packard. Korman served with Nur Macroprinters Europe and then Nur Macroprinters Americas, where he held the position of President, for a period of eight years. He later joined HP, first as Director of Large Format Industrial Printers EMEA and then as Director of Labels and Packaging at HP Indigo EMEA.

"I am very excited to be joining the Landa team at such an important moment in the history of the Company and the print industry," says Korman. "I look forward to helping build Landa's sales and operational infrastructure in North America and delivering Landa Nanographic Printing® Presses to the vanguard of the print industry in my region."

"The appointment of Nachum Korman is of huge importance to the roll-out of our digital printing presses in North America," says Benny Landa, the Company's Chairman & CEO. "We are very happy to have found Nachum, the right person for the job of growing our North American business."


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