Former Xeikon CEO, Paul Peyrebrune, to Lead National Sales for Komori
Press release from the issuing company
(November 4, 2002, Rolling Meadows, IL) Komori America Corporation announced today that Paul Peyrebrune has joined Komori America as Senior Vice-President of National Sales. Mr. Peyrebrune will be based at Komori America’s headquarters in Rolling Meadows, IL. In his new capacity, he will oversee Komori America’s direct and dealer sales organizations and support national account activities.
Well known in the graphic arts industry, Mr. Peyrebrune most recently served as President and CEO of Xeikon America. He has also served as west coast Director of Operations for KBA North America Inc.; Vice-President of Operations for Man Roland, Inc., and in several sales and service management roles for Rockwell International Graphic Systems Division.
Stephan Carter, President and COO of Komori America says, "We’re very excited to have Paul onboard. His unique perspective and extensive experience in our industry will be a major asset to Komori America in meeting our sales and business development objectives."
Komori Corporation, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a premier manufacturer and worldwide distributor of offset printing presses. The Company has manufacturing facilities in Toride, Sekiyado, Yamagata and Tsukuba, Japan, and subsidiaries in Europe, the UK and the United States. Komori America Corporation is based in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, and manages a distribution and service network throughout the United States
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