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KBA Canada Taps Aleks Lajtman as its New Regional Sales Manager for the Sheetfed Division

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Will represent KBA in Canada’s seven eastern provinces

In support of the growing Canadian graphic arts industry, KBA has appointed Aleks Lajtman as its new regional sales manager for the sheetfed division. He will be managing Canada’s seven eastern provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Labrador. He will be based in Ontario and will report to Alex Stepanian, KBA’s sales director.

“We welcome Aleks to the KBA family and are extremely excited that he will be an integral part of our sales team in Canada,” says Stepanian. “There are tremendous opportunities for our customers in eastern Canada and with Aleks’ vast experience, we look forward to serving these commercial and packaging markets.”

Lajtman is a seasoned print industry manager with 18 years of experience at another press manufacturer in Canada. In various positions of responsibility with this company, Lajtman held the position of demonstrator, showroom manager, product manager, and most recently account manager.

“I am excited to use my in-depth knowledge of the Canadian printing industry and business development background to form one-on-one partnerships with KBA’s Canadian customers and find solutions with KBA’s excellent sheetfed press line for their printing production,” says Lajtman. “Throughout my career I have always personally demonstrated a customer-centric attitude and this is complimented perfectly with KBA’s core philosophy. KBA offers the broadest product line in the industry with the most innovative equipment and I will be proud to represent and assume responsibility for the eastern Canadian market.”

Lajtman is a graduate of George Brown College in Toronto with a degree in printing technology.

 

 

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