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Agfa Graphics Adds New Digital Imaging Specialist for the Southeastern U.S.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Press release from the issuing company

Elmwood Park, NJ – Agfa Graphics has added a new Digital Imaging Specialist, Anton Kotesky, who will be responsible for sales in the south eastern U.S. region, including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Florida. Kotesky will represent the company’s award-winning digital wide-format inkjet systems, the Anapurna and the Jeti product lines, and the company’s media portfolio. 

With 25 years professional sales experience, Kotesky comes to Agfa Graphics most recently from Fujifilm Graphics Systems where he served as Technical Sales Manager charged with growing, maintaining and servicing sales in the south Atlantic U.S. region. He previously worked as an Application Chemist for Sun Chemical Corporation and as a Technical Service/Sales Representative for Morton Nippon Coatings. 

“Anton’s knowledge of the wide-format industry is extensive. His experience, combined with our state-of-the-art product portfolio, will go a long way to help our customers make the right choices on the road to success. Agfa Graphics is proud to work closely with our customers to get the most out of their technology and offer clients the highest quality output,” John Sullivan, Vice President of Digital Imaging, Agfa Graphics North America. 

Agfa Graphics has been recognized in the specialty imaging industry for precision inkjet products that beat the competition in color appeal, tonality, image detail, objective color matching and grayscale color cast. The expansive UV inkjet product line offers a system for the small, medium or large printer looking to expand their business successfully. Agfa Graphics also markets wide-format ink, media and software designed to improve print service providers’ productivity and workflow for higher profits.

 

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