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Harper Corporation of America Announces Josh Kiser as HarperScientific Product Manager

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Charlotte, North Carolina - Global anilox roll supplier Harper Corporation of America recently promoted Josh Kiser from OEM Accounts Manager to HarperScientific Product Manager. Since joining Harper, Kiser has been as asset to the company and the customers it serves. 

Kiser has more than 10 years’ experience in the printing industry spanning printing applications, anilox rolls, cleaning chemicals, proofing color matching equipment, and volume measuring instruments. He has held several positions throughout his tenure with Harper including HarperScientific Technical Support, Graphic Solutions Lab Supervisor, OEM Accounts Manager, and now HarperScientific Product Manager.

Prior to joining Harper Corporation of America, Kiser worked as a Time Study Engineering Manager at La-Z-Boy Furniture Manufacturer in Lincolnton, North Carolina. He holds a degree in Business Management from Western Carolina University and certifications as a Level I, II, and III FIRST Implementation Specialist from the Flexographic Technical Association. Individuals with these certifications are experts in the field of flexographic printing support, consultation, and communication.

Harper Corporation of America welcomes Josh Kiser in his new position and is confident that he will continue providing exceptional insight and service to customers and supporting business growth. 

 

 

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