January 31, 2003 -- KBA North America, a member of the KBA Group and a leading sheetfed offset press manufacturer in Williston, VT, has promoted Dwight Squires as its sales representative for Virginia, W. Virginia, Maryland, and central Pennsylvania as well as Washington, D.C. Squires will be responsible for KBA Rapida sheetfed presses ranging in size from 20 x 29 to 47 x 64” as well as the 74 Karat Digital Press line. He will be based in Springfield, Va.
Squires had been KBA’s product manager for the KBA Digital Press Division representing the 74 Karat Digital Press line for the past two-and-a-half years in the southeast U.S. Prior to joining KBA, Squires had worked for Scitex America as a mid-Atlantic sales representative for ten years. He also worked for A.B.Dick, Compugraphic, and Xyvision. In all, he’s spent 28 years in the printing industry.
“We congratulate Dwight on his expanded position at KBA,” says Ralf Sammeck, president and CEO of KBA North America’s Sheetfed Division. “His vast experience in the graphic arts industry will enable KBA to expand its presence in the Middle Atlantic states.”
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