Latran Appoints Peter Daciuk Area Sales Manager for Northeast
Press release from the issuing company
BEDFORD, MA, February 25, 2003 – Latran Technologies, an industry leader in advanced digital halftone proofing systems, has appointed Peter Daciuk as Area Sales Manager for the Northeast Region, effective immediately. Mr. Daciuk, former Channel Manager at Ricoh Corporation, will manage a sales region that covers New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Eastern Canada. He reports to Jim McElhenny, Vice President of Sales for Latran Technologies.
Mr. McElhenny noted, “Peter brings to Latran extensive sales and marketing experience in all facets of the graphic arts industry. His knowledge of the flexographic, gravure and commercial markets enhances Latran’s focus to continue providing the industry with the highest quality systems. Peter’s background in the distribution channel will significantly strengthen Latran’s dealer network.”
Mr. Daciuk has over 25 years of experience in the graphic arts industry, most of which have been in sales and marketing divisions. He began his career as a Technical Service Manager at Gravure Research Institute (now The Gravure Association of America). Mr. Daciuk spent several years working specifically with the gravure printing market, first at GRI and then at Hell Graphic Systems. He continued in the graphic arts industry at several different corporations, including a principle role as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at the start-up venture AlphaColor Inc. In October 2000, Mr. Daciuk became Channel Manager of the Graphic Arts Markets at Ricoh Corporation, where he remained until his recent move to Latran.
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